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A man obsessed with his work tormented by inability to produce it and imprisoned with devotion to the cause of his madness Struggl. Mehreen Ahmed s reviewReading Living Companion and the first few sentences into the book prompted me to read the author s biography If I am not mistaken or totally blind that Hicks superbly crafted writing style reflects those of the literary gurus of all time such as Kafka Kant and Camus I realised later that he is also a big fan of Kafka Living Companion was like a re visitation into that stylistic mode which obviously has moulded Hicks literary hand That I could not take my eyes off the words and sentence compositionsAs I now delve deeper now into the plot I find a tremendously refreshing story uneuivocally profound and unconventional Similar atmosphere found in the literature of Kant Camus and of course Kafka I sat down to read this book on a rainy day when clouds came darkly about in thick ponderous gatherings What a perfect day to read this perfect book dealing with a writer s mood psyche philosophy and poetry Waiting for Godot as it were the protagonist waits in futility for his muses to sing as he embarks on producing great literature Whether or not he is able to reach fruition in the end is a matter to be gauged through literary appreciation However Alexander surely takes us patiently through the brooding mind of the character s unbearable agony lost in the pursuit of creative deliberation

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Living Companion

Ing with anxiety he shares a lodging with a painter a free spirited woman who could very well be his ruin Burdened with perpetual. Living Companion is undoubtedly an enthralling novel It is extremely hard to find such great literature these days possibly because works like this one go unnoticed This is not an ordinary thriller whose only appeal lies in the art of developing suspense This is a literary exploration of the human mind The story mainly concerns a protagonist who in spite of being obsessed with his work is unable to produce what he hopes would be his best He lives with a woman who is diametrically opposite to what he is The novel unpacks its philosophy slowly but with considerable impactThe writing style reminded me of some of my favorite authors It appeared to me as a mix of Dostoevsky and Camus But that said there is also a lot of originality about this work It doesn t merely tell a story It also isn t just pages filled with the writer s own philosophy This book makes you think It raises many uestions and tries to answer them It traces psychological patterns It s written in such a way that the reader gets very involved with everything that s happening in the fictional world I was pretty intrigued by how the protagonist reacted to his surroundings A book which doesn t have a very complicated storyline or numerous characters depend largely on the protagonist Living Companion has a protagonist whose presence is powerful enough to make this book a huge success I would recommend this book to people who admire literature at its best I m eager to read of Alexander Hicks s works

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Observations one thing surfaces as inevitable he is compelled to ceaselessly think awaiting for the end of his life work or his ow. One of a kindThis book is one of the most interesting books I ve ever read Never have I read a book where the author actually takes time to allow the reader to live in the moment with the character You literally can feel the character s struggle within As a writer it really makes me look at my own thoughts and analyze my own struggles with writing and my real honest perception of the world The inner conflict is so realistic you wonder if it s the author s struggle and I love that I can relate to many of his thoughts some thoughts I ve never even thought to analyze People are so afraid of disagreement of not being liked for their personality that they would rather not speak what they think ceding place instead to what could seem appropriate or at least acceptable trying their best always to sit between two stools and managing to linger there with their voice of propriety while their personality is falling into cesspit of worthlessness It s writing like this that makes a person be able to tell the truth about themselves and say hey that s how I truly feel that s me I think when an author can make a person see their true honest selves in a book it makes the book a true classic and that s why I gave it 5 stars


6 thoughts on “Living Companion

  1. says:

    Mehreen Ahmed's reviewReading Living Companion and the first few sentences into the book prompted me to read the author's biography If I am not mistaken or totally blind that Hicks' superbly crafted writing style reflects those of the literary gurus of all time such as Kafka Kant and Camus I realised later that he is also a big fan of Kafka Living Companion was like a re visitation into that stylistic mode wh

  2. says:

    Living Companion is undoubtedly an enthralling novel It is extremely hard to find such great literature these days possibly because works like this one go unnoticed This is not an ordinary thriller whose only appeal lies in the art

  3. says:

    One of a kindThis book is one of the most interesting books I’ve ever read Never have I read a book where the author actually takes time to allow the reader to live in the moment with the character You literally can feel the character’s struggle within As a writer it really makes me look at my own thoughts and analyze my own struggles

  4. says:

    Within the first sentence you know that Alexander Hicks is a writer in the truest sense This is not your typical uick and unkempt psychological thriller This is a visceral literary work that needs to be absorbed as you read It is a book which peels back countless layers on a central character who is an obsessed w

  5. says:

    This is a uite strange book It is about the king of procrastination and his attempts to write a book of poetry while hiding in his comfort zon

  6. says:

    This is a very uniue book and has uite a different structure to the style of book I tend to read and enjoy The author's use of language was really interesting and whilst it wasn't my personal taste I can see why others love this For me personally the large blocks of text discouraged me at times but it is one to read if you are loo

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