Published May 25, 2004
by Free Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
Like Trainspotting, Candy depicts heroin addicts in a British subculture, but it is set in Australia, not Scotland. "Candy" is the slang name of the unnamed narrator's two great loves: his girlfriend and heroin. He introduces her to the drug, and they descend from being high on life, love, and drugs, to being shamed through prostitution, crime, addiction, and recovery/5(). One of the book’s major themes and several of its dominant symbols revolve around Candy. The old handyman, aging and left with only one hand as the result of an accident, worries that the boss will soon declare him useless and demand that he leave the ranch. Candy is "a tall, stoop-shouldered old man . He was dressed in blue jeans and carried a big push-broom in his left hand." His right hand is simply a stump because he lost his hand in a ranch accident. Candy is an old ranch worker ("swamper") who has lost one of his hands in a farm accident. He's spent the best years of his life working on someone else's ranch, only to lose his hand and have little money.
Candy book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Candy is beside me, drenched in sweat. She's breathing gently, long slow br /5. Candy: A Novel of Love and Addiction () is a novel by Luke Davies. The novel follows an unnamed narrator and his relationship with Candy, his girlfriend and later wife, and their addiction to Author: Luke Davies. “Aw, leave me have it, George.” “Give it here!” Lennie’s closed hand slowly obeyed. George took the mouse and threw it across the pool to the other side, among the brush. “What you want of a dead mouse, anyways?” “I could pet it with my thumb while we walked along,” said Lennie. “Well, you ain’t petting no mice while you File Size: KB. The books and chapters of the series are written by Kaoru/Dreamerz and illustrated by Candy Factory. The individual chapters are collected and published as a whole by Gala Unggul Resources Sdn. Bhd. in Malaysia and Art Square Creation (s) Pte Ltd in Singapore. Currently, there are a total of 42 books published in Mandarin, which is later translated into English, Malay and March
And not just high end chocolates, either. No, in her funny, warm, and compulsively readable memoir Candy and Me: A Love Story, Liftin bares her affection for all things sweet: ice cream, jelly beans, Necco wafers, conversation hearts, peanut butter cups, candy corn, candied fruit slices and bottle caps. Especially those bottle caps. Candy was special to me because it's not a book about your average teenager it's an outstanding offprint that inspires my outlook on the cliché don't judge a book by it's cover. Exp. Candy was a beautiful, gorgeous, erotic adolescent individual that stood out from the crowd, but not in a 4/4(37). Candy Store and More, by Kay Connors and Karen Earlywine, is subtitled "'s Quilts Made New". Using traditional patterns in candy-pastel colors, the authors have written the perfect book for someone who is new to quilt top piecing and would like to try their hand at quilting for the first time/5(18). The dog of Candy, the elderly, disabled swamper on the ranch in Soledad, is a parallel to Candy himself as well as to the relationship between George and losing his hand in an accident several years ago, Candy has been allowed to stay on, but is relegating to doing odd jobs devoid of .