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Free download æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ¶ Michael J. Seidlinger A man without a face infects the lives of others becoming the person he discovers to be most interesting feasting on their flaws peering into their peculiarities in order to fulfill their meaningless desires The main protagonist of the novel has lost his identity in favor of much like a genie being able to adopt accentuate and adorn the identities of others He cannot remember his past or how this condition came to be; for all he knows he’s always been faceless and invisible forced to watch others reading their eyes interpreting every facial gesture while seeking the most interesting flaw He is one of the people if only the people would notice him standing there right next to them staring back as if to say “Hey I know you”When you have the face of any other you see the cracks peeling apart a person’s face showing bone bleeding with the hidden anguish of hushed nerves You feel each and every nerve tensing and you feel for them for everyone when they buckle unable to bear the burden of each daunting episode When you spend all your time and energy making sure the people around you are happy no one will uestion whether or not you feel the same way No one is there to uestion your motivations“ The Face of Any Other bravely explores the tenuous personhood of the young and the urban whose lives grow ghostly the they are particularized Michael J Seidlinger has graced us with a uietly but unsettlingly original novel of the day by day slippages from alienation to asphyxiating despair” Gary Lutz author of Stories in the Worst WayAn absurdly comic cross. When you have the face of any other you sometimes run out of clever things to say and your only hope is that someone else gets out of the book than you as its author ever could

Free download The Face of Any Other

Free download The Face of Any Other è PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ A man without a face infects the lives of others becoming the person he discovers to be most interesting feasting on their flaws peering into their peculiarities in order to fulfill their meaningless desires The main protagonist of the novel Eidlinger has a face I’ve seen it but his novel is a mirror revealing us to ourselves”–Lincoln Michel author of Upright Beasts“Michael J Seidlinger is a technician of collapse Read this book then ask why you’ve read it Then ask again why Seidlinger wrote it The Face of Any Other is the cry on the page of Edvard Munch’s screaming man a dirge not for the end of the answer but of the uestion itself” D Foy author of Made to Break“Told in Brautigan length chapters through both sorrowful and eerie tones Seidlinger’s The Face of Any Other conjures the one hundred and four year old voice of Rilke’s Malte Laurids Brigge who similarly grappled with identity by asserting ‘There are uantities of human beings but there are many faces for each person has several’ Like a merry go round of postmodern disaster scenarios a carnival of performance upon performance the narrator pushes itself beyond its own breaking point By the end the tables turn on the reader as the narrator seems to become a mirror looking into a mirror a haunting seething and beautiful mise en abyme” Christopher Higgs author of The Complete Works of Marvin K Mooney“ The Face of Any Other crawls into the cracks of our dreary days and finds the strange light at the center of it all Boredom and blankness are transfigured into something new and exciting This is by far Michael J Seidlinger’s best book yet warm and human even as it wanders through inhospitable landscapes Assured mature and wonderfully creepy” David Connerley Nahm author of Ancient Oceans of Central Kentucky. Compelling and menacing this is a suspenseful one for Seidlinger My turning of pages grew faster as I got further in sucked further into the story Seidlinger has some interesting contemplations on who we really are versus how we present ourselves in modern society and how sick much of contemporary life is but that flows seamlessly with the story The story is everything and it grows increasingly threatening the further in you go Seidlinger always has a surprise in store for the reader Open it and then tell me do you like your surprise strongly agree agree disagree strongly disagree

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The Face of Any OtherBetween Kobo Abe's The Face of Another and Dostoevsky's Notes from Underground with self help and personality tests thrown in The Face of Any Other is at once funny and terrifying humane and startling It's an incisive look at the doubts and fears we try to keep hidden but that instead percolate their way to the surface of our skin Brian Evenson author of Windeye“ The Face of Any Other picks up where Oblivion era David Foster Wallace stopped and goes about fragmented and episodic narrative with the same knife Lydia Davis uses It is chilling manic and strangely beautiful It captures the OCD and ADD of our times with eual attention and paints the genuinely weird and yet post weird consciousness of a universe I wish was less like ours”–Porochista Khakpour author of the novels Sons and Other Flammable Objects and The Last Illusion“Stylistically and structurally innovative yet with clear clean prose Seidlinger exhibits compassion for the inner and outer anxieties the mundane and not so mundane aspects of our human existence Instead of using the cold detachment too often employed by young writers in The Face of Any Other readers are sure to discover a refreshingly emotionally resonant work”–Paula Bomer author of Inside Madeleine“The idea of a man with no face latching onto random people and swimming in their insecurities is both horrifying and a little hilarious But the real horror and humor in The Face of Any Other is found in the consumer concerns office anxieties and daily banalities that Seidlinger exposes skewers and transforms into art S. Creepy Bizarre BrilliantI started reading Michael J Seidlinger's novel The Face of Any Other on my PC Kindle a few years ago amidst buying a house and moving and writing myself I kept losing my place and rereading the beginning over and over unsure of where I left off I really wanted to read it honest I did but I couldn't read it electronically I finally got a paper copy of it all 500 pages and then kind of understood why I couldn't delve into it on the screen It's like a dictionary sized novel But I couldn't put it downReading it gave me the same feeling I had when I was like 12 watching Kathey Bates play Annie Wilkes in Stephen King's Misery the Movie Ugh sheer unhinged bat shit crazy brilliance I'm kind of bummed that I'l never be able to read that book for the first time er secondish tie again a long time in coming but worth the wait If you like weird and crazy don't be like me Don't wait Read The Face of Any Other right now I strongly agree