The Coma Monologues #2019

The Coma Monologues Mario Milosevic The Coma Monologues Gary Hawken husband father civil engineer and accomplished nerd enjoys a good life with his family in suburban Toronto Then a crow distracts him at a traffic signal and a truck slams into his car

  • Title: The Coma Monologues
  • Author: Mario Milosevic
  • ISBN: 9781463525682
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Coma Monologues Mario Milosevic Gary Hawken husband, father, civil engineer, and accomplished nerd enjoys a good life with his family in suburban Toronto Then a crow distracts him at a traffic signal and a truck slams into his car, knocking him into a coma Doctors doubt he will ever regain consciousness, but Gary s wife, Melody English professor and determined mate undertakes his resurrection by saturaGary Hawken husband, father, civil engineer, and accomplished nerd enjoys a good life with his family in suburban Toronto Then a crow distracts him at a traffic signal and a truck slams into his car, knocking him into a coma Doctors doubt he will ever regain consciousness, but Gary s wife, Melody English professor and determined mate undertakes his resurrection by saturating his brain with the voices of storytellers from his past Old friends, family members, half forgotten teachers, mythical creatures, dead heroes, and even a few fictional characters stop by Gary s bedside to tell the tales that will tantalize him out of his vegetative state back to the world Is the universe made of stories Melody believes we re all nothing but stories and she stakes her husband s life on that ancient promise Mario Milosevic is the author of Animal Life, The Last Giant, Kyle s War, and Terrastina and Mazolli a Novel in 99 word Episodes He lives in the Pacific Northwest with his wife, fellow writer Kim Antieau mariowrites
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    1. The performance contained within this audio book was varied and engaging evoking both happiness and grief as well as humor and frustration alternately I believe books like this lend them self easily to narration as they are basically written for the stage already I look forward to Both from the author and this incredibly talented narrator Whether To Wake Or Not To WakeThis book is a loosely strewn together collection of essays on a common theme in chronological order I believe if to be a stand [...]

    2. This book centers around a comatose patient, Gary Hawkins His wife is desperate for him to wake up and enlists the help of the people in his life both past and present They each visit Gary reminding him of things they shared some good and some bad His visitors include his family, friends, even a few famous people some dead, some alive They each have a story We learn about Gary s life through these stories.What a unique concept for a book I listened to this one on audio At first I thought it was [...]

    3. This book is conversations from people who knows or knew a coma patient at some point in their life The spouse feels something someone says might wake the patient up While this is an original to me story plot, I found the book dull than exciting There are some good parts in it, also some very strange ones I did like the ending however The author, Mario Milosevic had a fairly good idea when it came to writing this book, but I feel it could have been a little exciting The narrator, Michelle Babb [...]

    4. Format Audio DownloadThis book was based on a truly insightful ideaWhere does The Coma Monologues rank among all the audiobooks you ve listened to so far This book is different in its own way, thus rendering it impossible to answer this question So instead, I d write of how different this story was A story of a man trapped in a coma, who is spoken to by a selected bunch of people by his own conjuring, and in some cases by his wife s design The originality of the tale struck me, and I commend Mar [...]

    5. Loved the premise and writing, really disappointed with the narration.This should have been a perfect way to access a series of monologues, via an audio version, but the narrator I found absolutely robotic Very VERY slow talking, strange emphasis on certain words and lack of emotion at time Bizarre choice.I listened on double speed and found this a comfortable speed, which is usually much too fast to follow.A real shame, as I loved the book itself.Gary Hawken is in a come after a car accident, a [...]

    6. I was given this audio book in exchange for an honest review The book is about Gary Hawken, who is in a coma after having been in a car wreck His wife, Melody, has decided that rounding up people from his past to carry on one sided conversations by his bedside will help him come out of the coma.This concept was something I could comprehend It threw me for a loop, however, when some of the people who came to talk to him were mythical, historical and basically made up The author was losing me He m [...]

    7. I give this book points in originality As the main character lies in a coma after a car accident, his wife has people come and talk to him in hopes he ll be triggered to wake up The author, Mario Milosevic, brings in many characters, some outside of reality I liked the book There were times I was touched, moments I was impressed by how my thinking would bend, and others where I wished the character would please stop talking Michelle Babb, who narrated this book, sent it to me in return for an ob [...]

    8. This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast This is a very bizarre story, however it makes you stop and think.The narration was well done, each monologue voice was in character.

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