Read When all the days have gone Online Free - When he is handed a collection of letters written by his predecessor, a gravedigger is rapidly immersed in a strange indeterminate narrative, that seems to overflow with mysterious characters and enigmatic apparitions.
The most ordinary of lives suddenly accelerates in stream of enticing illusions and surreal visions in which he inevitably comes to face his own deeply hidden secrets.
|Title||:||When all the days have gone|
|Number of Pages||:||220 pages|
December 22, 2017
‘’Where are you heading when nothing is moving and time is still?’’
Ambrosius Moerk’s profession has everything to do with time. And nothing. He is a grave-digger, responsible for the most permanent place of residence- in fact, the only permanent place of residence- where time and movement and c...
November 06, 2017
.....A cat that reads minds....
.....a man who prefers to eat alone....who while usually a lot on his mind....tries not to think too much while he is eating. And why would a man who lives alone - spends most of his time alone - need to empty his thoughts while eating? Was he...
October 28, 2017
”All you know and everything you will come to know will inevitably become part of your internal fabric. No matter what decisions you make; good, bad or insouciant, will shape your life much like a river cuts into the landscape. One thought is a fraction of all thoughts and one action is a fractio...
December 08, 2017
The author himself calls this a ‘desolate tale’ and we certainly have the setting for it. An immigrant arrives somewhere in New England near the Canadian border as a gravedigger. Since he traveled on a sailing ship to get to the US we assume this story takes place around the turn of the last cent...
January 14, 2018
“That is where my dearest and brightest dreams have ranged — to hear for the duration of a heartbeat the universe and the totality of life in its mysterious, innate harmony.”
We are in nineteenth century New England with a gravedigger by the name of Ambrosius Moerk. He’s handed a batch of letters...
December 22, 2017
A Danish gravedigger, from Hamlet perhaps; a sailor, apparently from the disastrous Franklin expedition to the far North of Canada in 1848; a girlish apparition, who provides some continuity between the two; and several opinionated cats and birds - Jerlach has once again as...
December 17, 2017
In my opinion, Lars Boye Jerlach set the bar impossibly high for himself with the mesmerizing The Somnambulist's Dreams. And then he stepped right up to it, and commenced by stepping right over it with When All the Days Have Gone.
After a fraction more hesitant start, I was soon engulfed in the n...
December 21, 2017
An enjoyable, slow paced, and supernatural tale.
Intriguing but very dry, mundane, and wordy for the majority of the book.