The Nature of Plots
K.M. Zahrt
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Jul 04, 2020 - 13:03 PMBy K.M. Zahrt

SAMUEL SCHURKE suspects his grandfather, Leonhard Grundstein, a well known novelist and a long time friend of Ernest Hemingway, may have stolen Hemingway s early manuscripts that disappeared in Paris in 1922 Sam, a doctoral candidate, completed his dissertation on Grundstein s work and only needs to survive the oral defense to get his degree While he aims to sit tight unSAMUEL SCHURKE suspects his grandfather, Leonhard Grundstein, a well known novelist and a long time friend of Ernest Hemingway, may have stolen Hemingway s early manuscripts that disappeared in Paris in 1922 Sam, a doctoral candidate, completed his dissertation on Grundstein s work and only needs to survive the oral defense to get his degree While he aims to sit tight until his Ph.D is conferred, he spends his nights with a circle of artists and writers, including Alexandria Lawrence an alluring, untethered painter and Montgomery Grudge a rival doctoral candidate and Hemingway scholar When he stumbles upon a note written from Grundstein to Hemingway in an old copy of The Sun Also Rises at a public library, he finds himself hot on the trail for lost treasure with everyone he knows, it seems, on his heels including his elderly aunt, Grundstein s loyal daughter As new discoveries emerge, Sam becomes increasingly fearful that the validity of his dissertation, the future of his career, and the reputation of his family hang on every decision he makes.To honor the untimely death of his good friend and writer, Johnny Lawrence, Sam builds his story upon numerous references to celebrated works of literature, continuing a game he and Johnny often played together.
  • Title: The Nature of Plots
  • Author: K.M. Zahrt
  • ISBN: 9780692837047
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback

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Jeff Rice Jul 04, 2020 - 13:03 PM
The Perfect Mix of Fact and FictionK.M Zahrt s latest novel does an excellent job of tying fact and fiction together in a fun journey that takes you across generations As Sam continues his journey of exploration into his grandfather s legacy, he learns about himself and we get a good reminder on society during one of our most pivotal periods of the last decade The Nature of Plots keeps you guessing as to where it will take you next with the destination being well worth the ride.
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Sean Kottke Jul 04, 2020 - 13:03 PM
This fast read is a literary mystery treasure hunt around Hemingway s lost manuscripts and a fictional Lost Generation compatriot It gets the obsessive nature of late stage doctoral life pretty spot on The inclusion of lectures and extended discourse about fictional novels is impressive for world building purposes, but gets inside baseball tedious at length There are also subplots involving headline making events from 2009, related largely through tweets, that don t comfortably connect to the ma [...]
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Brie Jul 04, 2020 - 13:03 PM
The writing was good, the literary illusions numerous, the plot exciting But the cast of characters was a bit hard to keep up with at times, and the narrator neither likable nor repugnant enough to inspire much interest in his goings on.
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Tena Jul 04, 2020 - 13:03 PM
I won a signed copy in a giveaway The Nature of Plots by K.M Zahrt an intellectual s word feast Every literary snob needs this on their coffee table to show their normal guests that they read thrillers, too
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Laura Giangrande Jul 04, 2020 - 13:03 PM
This was a good summer read Enjoyed it a lot.
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The Nature of Plots By K.M. Zahrt SAMUEL SCHURKE suspects his grandfather, Leonhard Grundstein, a well known novelist and a long time friend of Ernest Hemingway, may have stolen Hemingway s early manuscripts that disappeared in Paris in 1922 Sam, a doctoral candidate, completed his dissertation on Grundstein s work and only needs to survive the oral defense to get his degree While he aims to sit tight unSAMUEL SCHURKE suspects his grandfather, Leonhard Grundstein, a well known novelist and a long time friend of Ernest Hemingway, may have stolen Hemingway s early manuscripts that disappeared in Paris in 1922 Sam, a doctoral candidate, completed his dissertation on Grundstein s work and only needs to survive the oral defense to get his degree While he aims to sit tight until his Ph.D is conferred, he spends his nights with a circle of artists and writers, including Alexandria Lawrence an alluring, untethered painter and Montgomery Grudge a rival doctoral candidate and Hemingway scholar When he stumbles upon a note written from Grundstein to Hemingway in an old copy of The Sun Also Rises at a public library, he finds himself hot on the trail for lost treasure with everyone he knows, it seems, on his heels including his elderly aunt, Grundstein s loyal daughter As new discoveries emerge, Sam becomes increasingly fearful that the validity of his dissertation, the future of his career, and the reputation of his family hang on every decision he makes.To honor the untimely death of his good friend and writer, Johnny Lawrence, Sam builds his story upon numerous references to celebrated works of literature, continuing a game he and Johnny often played together.

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