When ‘Al’ is offered a promotion to a job he despises and is accused of a crime he is unsure if he’s committed, he flees.
Suffering from paranoia and delusions of stomach dwelling eels hell-bent on destroying him, ‘Al’ negotiates his way through the winter streets of London where he meets the mad, bad and noble.
Skive is a black comedy novella about one man’s search for hope, meaning and himself.
Reviews around the web:
★★★★★ The Reading Bud
"A brilliantly written book."
★★★★★ Laura of Lurking eBook Reviews
"This book was a fantastic metaphor for something I have yet to figure out, but also peeling away the layers we use to cover our lives, to give little things grace and meaning. It really captivated me."
★★★★ Sandra's Book Club
"Brilliantly candid and down-to-earth with a splash of humor! You can’t help but relate to it every step of the way."
3 out of 4 - Online Book Club
"Skive is a good fiction with dark humor that makes you laugh and also compels you to ponder over the bitter realities of life.
|Publisher:||Paul Adam Levy|
|File size:||254 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Paul Adam Levy is an award winning playwright and author from North London. He holds a degree in Film from the University of Wales where he majored in screenwriting. Along with his passion for British and Irish sitcoms, his love of film has hugely influenced his writing style and storytelling techniques. In 2016 he won the NDFA Playwriting Competition for his satirical play Thank You for Protesting about the housing crisis in London and the public's right to protest.