Cupid's Dart

How to Read Cupid's Dart 290 Review↠´ David Nobbs
  • Cupid's Dart
  • Paperback
  • 304
  • David Nobbs
  • English
  • 01 September 2019
  • 009946912X

About the Author: David Nobbs

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↠´ EF6DA1B2F070DAD16138 ↠´ How to Read ✓ Cupid's Dart 2D04B5FB46EBCF2A735D Alan and Ange are on a train, heading for London Alan is a philosophy lecturer, still a virgin at fifty five Ange a twenty something, horoscope reading, darts groupie They certainly and Ange are on a train, heading for London Alan is a philosophy lecturer, still a virgin at fifty five Ange a twenty something, horoscope reading, darts groupie They certainly don t expect their first casual meeting to lead to anything, but it does Seizing the day, as they pull into Euston station, Alan asks Ange out to dinner and so begins the unlikeliest of liaisons As they get to know How to read Cupid's DartCupid's Dart each other, they are initiated into each other s worlds From the claustrophobic confines of an Oxford College to the heady excitement of a big dart s match from Liebfraumilch to Wittgenstein and everything in between They even travel to Rome seeing many wonderful things as Alan learns to live for the moment and Ange to appreciate the finer things in lifeBut can they survive their differences in age and background Are Alan s feelings the stuff of obsession and infatuation or is this true love And what sort of philosopher is he if he cannot define and understand love Told through the voice of Alan, this touching and hilarious story is much than a tale about an unlikely couple Ultimately, it is a story about the nature of love The title suggests that this is a terribly cheesy romance a Harlequin, say While this is a love story, it s not the kind I thought it d be A middle aged professor of philosophy falls for a 24 year old Essex girl , with whom he has nothing at all in common He is stuffy, humourless and, most tragically, a virgin She appears to be a woman of the world Somewhat predictably, her youth, zest for life, and easy come, easy go attitude renew his interest in his own life The true joy of this boo The title suggests that this is a terribly cheesy romance a Harlequin, say While this is a love story, it s not the kind I thought it d be A middle aged professor of philosophy falls for a 24 year old Essex girl , with whom he has nothing at all in common He is stuffy, humourless and, most tragically, a virgin She appears to be a woman of the world Somewhat predictably, her youth, zest for li Alan and Ange are on a train, heading for London Alan is a philosophy lecturer, still a virgin at fifty five Ange a twenty something, horoscope reading, darts groupie They certainly don t expect their first casual meeting to lead to anything, but it does Seizing the day, as they pull into Euston station, Alan asks Ange out to dinner and so begins the unlikeliest of liaisons As they get to know each other, they are initiated into each other s worlds From the claustrophobic confines of an Oxford College to the heady excitement of a big dart s match from Liebfraumilch to Wittgenstein and everything in between They even travel to Rome seeing many wonderful things as Alan learns to live for the moment and Ange to appreciate the finer things in lifeBut can they survive their differences in age and background Are Alan s feelings the stuff of obsession and infatuation or is this true love And what sort of philosopher is he if he cannot define and understand love Told through the voice of Alan, this touching and hilarious story is much than a tale about an unlikely couple Ultimately, it is a story about the nature of love Essex chavette darts groupie hooks up with life long virgin Oxford philosophy don A sweet book Cupid's Dart Readable Likable characters I m an American, so maybe I was one or beats off of the comic stylings I liked the fact that Nobbs kept control of the story, didn t fall into various cliche traps that surround a story like this.
The title suggests that this is a terribly cheesy romance a Harlequin, say While this is a love story, it s not the kind I thought it d be A middle aged professor of philosophy falls for a 24 year old Essex girl , with whom he has nothing at all in common He is stuffy, humourless and, most tragically, a virgin She appears to be a woman of the world Somewhat predictably, her youth, zest for life, and easy come, easy go attitude renew his interest in his own life The true joy of this boo The title suggests that this is a terribly cheesy romance a Harlequin, say While this is a love story, it s not the kind I thought it d be A middle aged professor of philosophy falls for a 24 year old Essex girl , with whom he has nothing at all in common He is stuffy, humourless and, most tragically, a virgin She appears to be a woman of the world Somewhat predictably, her youth, zest for li This is that rare thing, a disappointing David Nobbs novel There is nothing really wrong withe the story, a late middle aged philosophy professor has his life turned upside down by a chance encounter with a young woman from a a council estate with an obsessional love of darts Both are changed by the relationship that follows Its diverting and touching, but compared to his best stuff, particularly The Cucumber Man and Going Gently, this is almost like he isn t trying.
This is that rare thing, a disappointing David Nobbs novel There is nothing really wrong withe the story, a late middle aged philosophy professor has his life turned upside down by a chance encounter with a young woman from a a council estate with an obsessional love of darts Both are changed by the relationship that follows Its diverting and touching, but compared to his best stuff, particularly The Cucumber Man and Going Gently, this is almost like he isn t trying.
Reading this book Cupid's Dart reminds me of just how much we ve lost as a result of David Nobbs death No one combines humour, humanity and poignancy as skillfully as he does The book Cupid's Dart centres round the unlikely relationship between a 55 year old Oxford don and a 24 year old darts groupie Sometimes you re squirming with embarrassment and the next you can t resist an aaw Lovely book.
A charming gentle comedy about romance I was a bit worried it would be a bit sleazy but it wasn t at all Sometimes I thought David Nobbs overdid Alan s naivety but it didn t spoil my overall enjoyment of the book.
Î Cupid's Dart Í A May to December romance evolves from a chance encounter on a train Enjoyable pabulum with a few good laughs.
David Nobbs always making me laugh with his witticisms

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