I Hate Hockey Book ï 112 pages Download à Naturaltreatment

Book I Hate Hockey

I Hate Hockey Book ï 112 pages Download à Naturaltreatment Ï I hate hockey is the first and last sentence in this novel that offers a great take on our love hate relationship with hockey Narrator Antoine Vachon blames the game for killing his marriage with his beautiful ex wife well that and the power outage thTo great comic effect but things take a turn for the worse when they stop at a motel after the game Who killed the former coach and why Was Antoine’s son involved Or his ex wife The late coach was liked by all and was a pillar in the community He was close to his player perhaps too close And why is Antoine unable to communicate with his son i was uite disappointed in this book not one i would recommend sorry

Text Ì I Hate Hockey Ò François Barcelo

Or unlikely adventure in this sardonic roman noir that at times flirts with the outrageousAntoine Vachon is a total loser living in a pitiful bachelor apartment after he has lost his wife and his job as a car salesman When his son’s hockey coach is found dead he is browbeaten into coaching the team for one game He makes it through the game This is a goodreads giveaway I wonThis book was originaly written in French and it takes place in the province of uébec where I was born and still liveThis was a major hurdle for me because I read the book with a French accent when characters talked they had a strong French accent This broughts many interpretations that don't belong to the bookBecause of all that I found the book to be OK at mostI'll have to read it again with an English accentto validate my thoughts

François Barcelo Ò I Hate Hockey Reader

I Hate HockeyI hate hockey is the first and last sentence in this novel that offers a great take on our love hate relationship with hockey Narrator Antoine Vachon blames the game for killing his marriage with his beautiful ex wife well that and the power outage that brought her home unexpectedly to find him in bed with her intern But hockey is a pretext f I translated this book so you might suspect I'm not being objective but nothing could be further from the truth From all the novels I read I thought this was the one that deserved to reach a wider audience in English and that I would have fun reading time and time again In other words I don't love the book because I translated it I translated it because I love itThe dark dark humour might not be to everyone's liking but I still found myself chuckling away on the ninth and tenth reread despite some of the novel's heavy themes murder abuse unemployment teen pregnancy The humour flirts with the outrageous and as things take a turn for the worse ultimately the reader is left shaken and uncomfortable Which isn't a bad state to be left in by any novel is itA great read for anybody who loves or hates Canada's national game