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Sunset Over Chocolate Mountains Susan Elderkin S Brilliant Sunset Over Chocolate Mountains Explores Our Places In The Lives Of Our Loved Ones And In The Universe Theobald Moon Lives In A Lonely Corner Of The Arizona Desert, Tending His Spectacular Cactus Garden, His Tiny Mobile Home, And His Astounding Appetite He Has Fled A Stifled, Cardigan And Tea Cozy Life In South London For This Unfamiliar Country And Is Raising Josephine, Who Has Known No Other Life Than Their Cheerful Yet Isolated American One But When A Jangling Ice Cream Truck Finds Its Way Into The Desert Carrying Two Ill Fated Lovers A Pregnant Slovakian Shoemaker And A Mysterious Ice Cream Man It Throws Theo S And Josie S Careful Lives Into A Chaotic State For Which They Re Totally Unprepared Fantastic Upheaval Ensues, As Well As An Inspired Redemption.Innovative And Accessible, Funny And Profound, Elderkin S Beautiful, Touching Story Bookseller Explores Love And Responsibility, And The Joys And Fears Such Emotions Inspire It Is A Rare And Tantalizing First Novel.

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  • Hardcover
  • 310 pages
  • Sunset Over Chocolate Mountains
  • Susan Elderkin
  • English
  • 21 June 2018
  • 0871138085

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  1. says:

    This is a strange story and the principal character is not very likeable The story runs on two tracks which intersect Theo Moon is an overweight Englishman, who after the death of his mother, sells everything and moves into a caravan in the Arizona desert In Slovakia a worker in a shoe factory falls in love with an icecream seller They elope and go to America in his van to make their fortunes They end up in the Arizona desert she is pregnant These two stories run in parallel with a presen This is a strange story and the principal character is not very likeable The story runs on two tracks which intersect Theo Moon is an overweight Englishman, who after the death of his mother, sells everything and moves into a caravan in the Arizona desert In Slovakia a worker in a shoe factory falls in love with an icecream seller They elope and go to America in his van to make their fortunes They end up in the Arizona desert she is pregnant These two stories run in parallel with a present day narrator, Josephine a small girl living with Theo, her father She has a love of ice cream...


  2. says:

    What a wretched story There is this mild mannered English guy who is nuts He moves from England to Arizona and lives out there drinking his urine, overeating grossly and doing yoga There is a cowboy guy who looks in on him and helps him to repair stuff There is a young girl who is introduced to us as the British guy s daughter And there is a young couple from Slovakia who have made it to the U.S and are enjoying being on the road discovering the country The happen to park ...


  3. says:

    This is a strange story It will not be for everyone However, I loved it for it s descriptions of the Arizona desert and skies Those images brought back vivid memories for me of visiting my English grandfat...


  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I was thoroughly invested in this book until about 3 4 through The way the landscape asserted itself was intriguing Good character development mostly and interesting plot lines And I liked the characters I had empathy for their situations and enjoyed their small victories Without giving it away, toward the end of the book, I didn t buy the daughter s rage or her reaction to what happened This neededcontext for me Without that my interest in the story deflated a bit And the end...


  5. says:

    A strange story, lovely writing but strange.


  6. says:

    This is a tale of mysterious boxes of shoes, a desert and a lot of desserts.the story of two lovers on the run from the law in Slovakia, who come to the Arizona desert It s about the British man Theobald Moon, who leaves home when his mother dies he s been living with her all his life and is either slightly retarded or massively overprotected and also moves to Arizona, where he buys a trailer and a ton of candy and decides to live in the desert.It s about the baby girl Josephine, whom he rais This is a tale of mysterious boxes of shoes, a desert and a lot of desserts.the story of two lovers on the run from the law in Slovakia, who come to the Arizona desert It s about the British man Theobald Moon, who leaves home when his mother dies he s been living with her all his life and is either slightly retarded or massively overprotected and also moves to Arizona, where he buys a trailer and a ton of candy and decides to live in the desert.It s about the baby girl Josephine, whom he raises, life in the desert and the story that tie them all together.The three story tracks in the book run quite smoothly and the writing is interesting, but the ending doesn t quite work for me It seems a little rushed and not quite realistic view spoiler The police can t get an intepreter for Tibor Does Jersey think it s c...


  7. says:

    Oh my goodnesssaw this in a bin at Strand Books in NYC and had to have it The story is about an odd Englishman who moves to Arizona to live in a trailer and has his life turned upside down by a pregnant Slovakian shoemaker and her ice cream man lover My name, Zmrzlina, means ice cream in Slovak and Slovakia is one of my favorite places in the world return return Well, I can t say this is a favorite read, but I did enjoy most of it Theobald Moon leaves England for life in the Arizona d Oh my goodnesssaw this in a bin at Strand Books in NYC and had to have it The story is about an odd Englishman who moves to Arizona to live in a trailer and has his life turned upside down by a pregnant Slovakian shoemaker and her ice cream man lover My name, Zmrzlina, means ice cream in Slovak and Slovakia is one of my favorite places in the world return return Well, I can t say this is a favorite read, but I did enjoy most of it Theobald Moon leaves England for life in the Arizona desert, a solitude broken by the arrival of a Slovak shoemaker and her ice cream zmrzlina man boyfriend I love the descriptions of the desert and Theobald s ...


  8. says:

    I ve been avoiding reviewing this for a long time because I not only knew the author, but she taught on my MA in Creative Writing In some respects I felt it was trying too hard to impress.I m also going to impart a little secret knowledge that no other reviewer could probably give you The author s favourite novel is W...


  9. says:

    Truly memorable and endearingly eccentric characters Love this passage When you go someplace with people, you don t talk to the place because you re too busy talking to the people But when you go to a place by yourself, you can lie on the ground and feel the Earth beneath you and look at the bowl of the sky overhead and you re safe between the ground and the sky, as safe as if you were the yolk in the shell of an egg A place is like a person, it has a mood and a way of looking, and sometime Truly memorable and endearingly eccentric characters Love this passage When you go someplace with people, you don t talk to the place because you re too busy talking to the people But when you go to a place by yourself, you can lie on the ground and feel the Earth beneath you and look at the bowl of the sky overhead and you re safe between the groun...


  10. says:

    Given to me by a friend as part of our seasonal reading challenge My kind of story Odd people doing odd things in odd places Lots of lovely contrasts hot and cold especially made this a very sensory read.I didn t find it that confusing, as suggested by other reviews, in fact I found the divisions of chapters between different character perspectives flowed quite smoothly.I liked the way there was ambiguity throughout, and the way it built to a climax, but that the climax itself probably occu Given to me by a friend as part of our seasonal reading challenge My kind of story Odd people doing odd things in odd places Lots of lovely contrasts hot and cold especially made this a very sensory read.I didn t find it that confusing, as suggested by other reviews, in fact I found the divisions of chapters between different character perspectives flowed quite smo...

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