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!!> Read ➸ Repeat It Today with Tears ➻ Author Anne Peile – Eiyo.us

Repeat It Today with Tears A Secretive Child By Nature, Susanna Makes A Covert List Of Everything She Knows About Her Absent Father, Determined That One Day She Will Find Him Unable And Unwilling To Adapt To Life In Her Mother S Unsympathetic Household, She Distances Herself As Much As Possible.When She Finally Discovers Her Father S Whereabouts And Seeks Him Out, In The Free And Unconventional Atmosphere Of 1970s Chelsea, She Conceals Her Identity, Beginning An Illicit Affair That Can Only End In Disaster Repeat It Today With Tears Is In Many Ways A Traditional Love Story, As Well As A Skilful Evocation Of Radical Times And Desires It Is A Fever Dream That Examines Our Need To Be Loved And Accepted And A Piercing Portrait Of Madness Anne Peile Is A Striking New Voice In Fiction.

    10 thoughts on “!!> Read ➸ Repeat It Today with Tears ➻ Author Anne Peile – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    Unequivocally a 5 star read, in my eccentric humble opinion


  2. says:

    Got this from my chica todayThank you I can t wait to read this


  3. says:

    I need to process what I just read 5 Marvellous stars for the tragic passion and it reminded me of a heartbreaking book I read 2 years ago Chained Melody by Debbie Martin.It is a fairly short book that moved me and it isnt a book for those offended by taboo or incest The book is set in London in the 70s set in London written in the first person POV The narrator Susie, is an introverted intelligent girl who has grown up pretty much without love and grows up obseseed about her father wanting t I need to process what I just read 5 Marvellous stars for the tragic passion and it reminded me of a heartbreaking book I read 2 years ago Chained Melody by Debbie Martin.It is a fairly short book that moved me and it isnt a book for those offended by taboo or incest The book is set in London in the 70s set in London written in the first person POV The narrator Susie, is an introverted intelligent girl who has grown up pretty much without love and grows up obseseed about her father wanting to know about him She does comes across as manipulative sometimes but she seems lost in her passion for him Her blind twisted passion for her fathehr and that she only burns for him I felt like I wanted to reach out to her Of c...


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    I picked this book up in the library because the cover grabbed my attention and, when I read the back cover copy, I was torn as to whether to take it home This book deals with the incredibly taboo topic of incest and so I knew it would be a difficult read, but something about the title and the description made me want to read on So I decided to go with it.The first thing to say about this book is that the writing is beautiful Such a sensitive subject could easily become crass, explicit and di I picked this book up in the library because the cover grabbed my attention and, when I read the back cover copy, I was torn as to whether to take it home This book deals with the incredibly taboo topic of incest and so I knew it would be a difficult read, but something about the title and the description made me want to read on So I decided to go with it.The first thing to say about this book is that the writing is beautiful Such a sensitive subject could ea...


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    Fifteen year old Susanna grew up with a sister who was ready to embrace her sexuality the minute she crossed that threshold and a mother who couldn t care less about what her daughters wanted or did Her mother didn t have a great opinion of her daughters father either, who she claimed was a womanizer and who wasn t around much But Susanna was fascinated with the idea of her absent father Having grown up on tough or no love, under a mother who is only focused on ...


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    The novel is divided into two parts The first half of the book concentrates on Susie s childhood and how she then meets and seduces her father The second part does not come a surprise to the reader, because by then Susie has already hinted many times at a the end of their secret affair While in part one, she is but a quiet girl who is in desperate need of parental love and then goes at it in a way most people would never even contemplate, when the love of her father is taken away from her The novel is divided into two parts The first half of the book concentrates on Susie s childhood and how she then meets and seduces her father The second part does not come a surprise to the reader, because by then Susie has already hinted many times at a the end of their secret affair While in part one, she is but a quiet girl who is in desperate need of parental love and then goes at it in a way most people would never even contemplate, when the love of her father is taken away from her, she suffers a mental breakdown The story then deals with her life in a mental institution, where she claims memory loss and a hardly functioning memory in general to get the doctors off her back Honestly, this book was a very daring project The love affair balanced precariously on a very, very fine line In spite of my many reactions of revulsion throughout the book, I have to admit that Peile handled it pretty well, because she ne...


  7. says:

    Like The Kiss, but fictional and therefore not as shocking The Kiss, for anyone who doesn t know, is about a woman who has a consensual affair with her father Part of what makes The Kiss such an amazing book is that though most of us have not had incestuous affairs, the story is instantly relatable to anyone who grew up with an emotionally manipulative parent, even if their own relationship never crossed that line But in Repeat It Today with Tears, the father never knows that Susie is his da Like The Kiss, but fictional and therefore not as shocking The Kiss, for anyone who doesn t know, is about a woman who has a consensual affair with her father Part of what makes The Kiss such an amazing book is that though most of us have not had incestuous affairs, the ...


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    Not an easy subject to tackle, I wasn t even sure that I wanted to read it but am so glad that I did.Susie seeks out the father she never knew and leads him into a sexual relationship without him knowing her true identity.So much about this book could have gone so wrong but rather than being voyeuristic and sleezy , it was a disturbing and uncomfortable read, yet also incredibly touching and poignant.Whilst admittedly there is a lot of sexual activity it very much takes second place to Susie s d Not an easy subject to tackle, I wasn t even sure that I wanted to read it but am so glad that I did.Susie seeks out the fath...


  9. says:

    Firstly, this is a topic that is quite tabooI was quite shocked when I go to the point where it is revealed, although, there was a slowish buildup to it I am divided on the book, I think that some will love it or hate it, depending on your personal values and m...


  10. says:

    Deeply disturbing, beautifully written my kind of book Loved it, will be haunted by it for weeks to come Having sickly strange dreams since I first began reading it If onlybooks were this intense and affecting This book is exactly what I have come to expect from the rock...

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