➮ The Glasgow Coma Scale Read ➶ Author Neil D.A. Stewart – Submitalink.info

➮ The Glasgow Coma Scale  Read ➶ Author Neil D.A. Stewart – Submitalink.info Lynne Meacher Once Dreamed Of Being An Artist Now She S Stuck In A Dead End Call Centre Job, Lives Alone And Is Beginning To Regret Her Life Choices Angus Rennie Was Once Her Teacher At The Glasgow School Of Art Charismatic, Feared And Revered By His Students But He Has Made Mistakes Too, And Now He S Jobless, Homeless And Begging For Cash In Glasgow City Centre.The Pair S Chance Re Encounter Spurs Lynne Certain Long Submerged Affections Suddenly Stirring To Invite Angus To Stay In Her Flat What Can Angus Do But Accept As The Past Is Recalled, The Present Unravelled And The Future Contemplated With Hope And Horror, The Odd Couple S Relationship Becomes Complicated And Contradictory Than Ever.


10 thoughts on “The Glasgow Coma Scale

  1. F F says:

    I hated this.I feel bad saying it about a book set in my city but I just found it so tedious to read.It was becoming a chore I didn t like either Lynne or Angus.I hated Lynne s weakness in herself Hate reading characters like that.


  2. Vanessa Vanessa says:

    3.5 stars.Be warned The Glasgow Coma Scale is neither an uplifting nor inspirational read When I picked this up in the bookstore, I was expecting of a romantic element, but I didn t get it and in hindsight I m glad Neil D.A Stewart didn t go down that road.The story follows two characters Lynne, who originally dreamed of being an artist but has ended up working i


  3. Susan Susan says:

    Lynne Meacher lives in Glasgow, where she went almost as an impulse, looking for a new life What she has found is life in a small flat, a job she loathes in a debt collection office where she is promoted, but lacks the respect of her colleagues, especially the sneering Struan, and the ending of a long term relationship with Raymond, leaving her lonely and missing his daughter, Sir


  4. Timothy Jarvis Timothy Jarvis says:

    In the last few years, it s seemed much literary fiction, jaded, unable to generate real emotional punch, has turned either to cynicism or wallowing in a morass of sentiment So it s really refreshing to come across a novel like Neil D.A Stewart s The Glasgow Coma Scale which is powerfully affecting without even a trace of mawkishness It s the tender story of two feckless losers Lynne, a for


  5. Maxine (Booklover Catlady) Maxine (Booklover Catlady) says:

    I received a copy of this book via NetGalley, my thanks to the publisher.Sadly, no matter how much I tried I could not finish this book I had two main issues with it 1 The Glaswegian Scottish accent and slang being used frequently but also only by certain characters which made no sense as the book is set in Scotland It s cumbersome on the brain to have to read and decipher what each word being said m


  6. Katie Mcsweeney Katie Mcsweeney says:

    Great characters I absolutely loved Lynne she was so dull and realistic I loved how selfish and calculating Angus was BUT I really loved the way they used each other.Plot started very well and then stalled To be fair I think that the plot was realistic and I enjoyed that Life is full of people like Lynne and Angus and quite often their lives don t m...


  7. Rebecca McNutt Rebecca McNutt says:

    Fans of books like Harold and Maude and The Last Free Man A NovelThe Last Free Man A Novel will definitely want to read The Glasgow Coma Scale It s very original and different, it was well written and easy to read, with very deep themes about daring to dream in the modern world.


  8. Kate Kate says:

    This book is saturated by a really unpleasant fixation on bodily functions You ll just be starting to forget about it, lulled into complacency by a nice bit of prose, when suddenly thrust through the scene is laser focus on sweat, balls, boogies, ejaculate, etc and you re reminded how utterly disgusting human beings are A huge amount of the book is written in very committed phonetic accent, so that ll give some readers pro


  9. Barbara Dobson Barbara Dobson says:

    Yeah so this book was not great It was hard to get into and I struggled to keep reading Not much of a story line and the end wasn t that crash hot either All I can say is yay its over and there is book number 1 done for my 2019 reading challenge


  10. Helen Murray Helen Murray says:

    Preternatural sensitivity to all around you where d that come on the Glasgow Coma Scale Like you d woken from darkness and just carried on, scoring fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, kept on gaining consciousness, insight, couldn t stop waking up I picked this up as a refreshing alternative to other fictional portrayals of Glasgow as a place mired in crime, seldom interesting except when violent As the reviews have suggested, it really is a love letter to


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