Captain Mullet and the Compass Rose

Captain Mullet and the Compass Rose Henry Morgan Selmer was quite content in his bridgehouse listening to old standards on his Zenith pecking out his great American novel at a broken typewriter and trying to ignore the world around h

  • Title: Captain Mullet and the Compass Rose
  • Author: Joel Ratner
  • ISBN: 9781617925283
  • Page: 486
  • Format: ebook
  • Henry Morgan Selmer was quite content in his bridgehouse, listening to old standards on his Zenith, pecking out his great American novel at a broken typewriter, and trying to ignore the world around him But along comes Eddie Eye as his new apprentice and Henry s world is capsized.In spite of their mutual disdain, ol Captain Henry and Eddie have a number of misadventuresHenry Morgan Selmer was quite content in his bridgehouse, listening to old standards on his Zenith, pecking out his great American novel at a broken typewriter, and trying to ignore the world around him But along comes Eddie Eye as his new apprentice and Henry s world is capsized.In spite of their mutual disdain, ol Captain Henry and Eddie have a number of misadventures with some well seasoned diner waitresses, an obese lighthouse wickie, a homeless basket weaver, a pair of drunken bricklayers, a gaggle of leathernecked fishermen, a near naked Buddhist monk, and some jackasses in an egg yellow Camaro Curse the pirates It s a Florida vacation without the TSA pat down, and a novel Ernest Hemingway would have hated.

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    One thought on “Captain Mullet and the Compass Rose”

    1. I'm no fan of Florida-based novels but I might give it another chance after reading this one. Most showcase absurd characters doing obscene things. This may be the reality in that state. I don't know. But this book is populated with characters who seemed real to me. I would bet the author knew these people personally. I wondered what it was all leading up to. I really couldn't predict where he was heading with this story. There were quite a few story lines intersecting but somehow they really di [...]

    2. Felt like I was walking down a tropical beach - it is a very slow and casual read but ultimately good once it got started. There are subtleties in character and sub-plot threading that I didn't catch on the first read. Wonderful characters. Caught me off-guard a few times and found myself belly-laughing in places. Nicely wrapped-up. A very satisfying readif a little slow to get going. Guy writes like Steinbeck.

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