Mud and Stars

Ebook Pdf Mud and Stars ✓ Sara Wheeler – pandoraringsjewelry.us ↠ With the writers of the Golden Age as her guides—Pushkin Tolsto

I Pucking Love You (The Copper Valley Thrusters #5)

A hockey/fake date/not quite a virgin very wrong romantic comedy

You know those stories where an adorably misunderstood clumsy girl needs a fake date to a wedding so she asks her brother’s best friend and they accidentally fall in love?

I wish that was the kind of life I lead, but it’s not.

I don’t need a date to a wedding. I need a date to a funeral.
Clumsy sometimes fits, but then, that’s true for all of us, right? But adorable? No. Misunderstood? Nope again. I’m just your average girl, standing in front of a funeral invitation, asking it to be a winning lottery ticket instead.

And I don’t have a brother, or a best friend with a brother available, which means I’m stuck with Tyler Jaeger.

Sure, he’s a professional hockey player who also knows advanced calculus, but let’s say we’re not compatible and leave it at that. I should know. I am a matchmaker.

Not a very good one, but that’s beside the point.

I know a mismatch when I see one.

Still, Tyler’s what I’ve got, and I am not going to this funeral solo, so he’s what I’ll take.

After all—what could go wrong at a funeral?

I Pucking Love You is a hilariously wrong romantic comedy about the world’s worst matchmaker, a hockey player with a problem he doesn’t want to talk about, and an awkward date of convenience that everyone would prefer to forget. It comes complete with a cat working his way through his nine lives, all the sexy times, fish and chips, and a swoony happily ever after.

Bombshells (Brooklyn Bruisers #8)


The women's league is in the house! And Brooklyn will never be the same again for Anton Bayer and the team…


This is my last chance to ditch my playboy reputation and finally fulfill my potential. So I’ve made three rules for our biggest season yet: no boozing, no women, and no scandals.

Especially that last thing.

So who do I befriend on the very first day back at the rink? An amazing female hockey player. I want Sylvie in a way that’s than just friendly. I crave her. But I have a championship to win, and so does she.

Then she gets her heart broken by my teammate, and I make the foolish mistake of comforting her in the best way I know how. Our night together sets off a string of sins.

Nobody can know about our affair, especially my overprotective teammate. I can’t let anyone see into my greedy little heart. Not even her.

The things I want from her, and the things we’ve already done? If anyone knew, there’d be bombshells.


Contains: a defenseman with dreamy blue eyes, a female goalie with bad ideas, a major battle of the sexes and a swimming pool scene

Gametime (Moo U, #4)

One drunken night and one case of mistaken identity turns a friendship inside out

You’ve seen the hockey twins around campus they look identical, but you can tell them apart by their actions. Patrick is the one who’s busy charming women. Paxton is the one in the library.

Until one night when Paxton parties a little harder than usual. Next thing he knows, he’s waking up naked next to Naomi, the girl of his dreams. He bares his heart before an awful realization sets in. He’s not the twin she thought he was

Naomi is the only child of a hockey legend. Partying hard is the best way she knows how to rebel against her controlling father. After a particularly crazy night, she realizes her big mistake. Her hookup isn’t the guy she’s been crushing on. It’s Paxton, her friend, the guy who gets her, who she can always count on. The guy she’d never want to hurt. And yet, the sex was good. Better than good.

Now she’s wondering if the wrong twin might be the right one after all .

Overtime (Moo U, #5)

Hotshot hockey star Patrick Graham has been groomed for the pros since before he could walk. Fast forward to his junior year of college, and he’s having the time of his life. What could be better than pucks, partying, and having his pick of campus women? But if Patrick doesn’t buckle down and get his grades up, he could find himself benched for the championships. Could a beautiful brainiac be the solution to his problems?

Nineteen year old Master’s student Ellie McGinn could do so many things with her biology degree, but her mother is pushing her toward a future she doesn't want. Tutoring a hockey hottie seems like the perfect opportunity to start making her own choices and living life on her own terms.

When learning turns to yearning, will they be ready to face the heat and heartache that love can bring?

Darkroom (Moo U, #7)

As a top draft pick from a family of hockey royalty, I'm under so much pressure that I’m losing my edge on the ice. I need something to snap my brain out of this self destructive stress loop. That’s where Indi Briscoe from my photography class comes in. She’s flirtatious and funny one moment, sweetly shy the next.

But she’s cagey. She has secrets. Also? She’s a virgin. Did I mention the pressure thing? Maybe I’m crazy for starting something with her. But we can’t seem to help ourselves

Warning: this standalone novel contains heat, heart, familial expectations, extreme milkshakes, and a hamster with deep thoughts.

Cinnamon Roll (Bold Brew #9)

This cinnamon roll has plenty of bite!

Maxime Demers has had an eye on Tom Cedric for a while, watching him flit from one awful man to another. So when Tom pins an ad to the community cork board at Bold Brew, Max can’t resist reading it. Tom’s looking for a play partner—someone who’s not a jerk—and Max knows he could give Tom what he needs. But first he’ll have to get the man to talk to him.

Tom Cedric thinks Max is way out of his league. He’s handsome, intelligent, speaks a billion languages, and can make a person kneel with a single look—too damn good for someone like Tom. But he can’t resist the temptation to talk to the man he’s had a crush on since the moment he laid eyes on him.

The connection between them is immediate, hot, and tempting, and when Max needs a replacement helper for an impact demo he’s giving, Tom jumps at the chance. A demo should be safe, right? A few hours. Clothing on. No stakes. Neither man is prepared when that spark ignites, and Tom is absolutely unprepared to discover the sweet man behind those dominating looks.

Cinnamon Roll is a stand alone novel in the Bold Brew shared universe, centered around an inclusive coffee shop in a fictional small city. Each steaming hot coffee shop romance can be enjoyed alone, but collect all ten for the most fun!

This twist on a second chance romance is 90,000 word cup of steaming hot scenes, a dusting of angst, plenty of fluff, and a guaranteed happy ending!

Halftime (Moo U #6)

There’s no halftime in hockey, but maybe there’s one in love…

Drunk dialing your girlfriend to tell her that you didn’t really cheat is a bad idea a lesson Seb Hunter learned the hard way. It was no surprise when she cut him completely out of her life. Now he’s finally moved on, and he’s looking forward to sopho year at Moo U. Until his ex arrives on campus.

For goalie Faith Devereaux, cheating is a hard pass. She grew up knowing all too well how destructive infidelity can be. She’s gotten over Seb and picked the college of her dreams. The fact that he’s a student there will not be a problem. Hockey is her priority. Not guys, not dating, definitely not exes.

But when an exhibition game forces them into close proximity, it isn’t long before their old attraction flares. Regaining trust is hard, though, when the heart plays a good defensive game.

But when the goal is love, one shot might be all they need.

The Rebel (Looking to Score #1)

I never thought I’d see her again.

We shared one hot night together back in college before our paths took us in different directions.

But now, the most brilliant and beautiful woman I’ve ever met is back in my life. And the chemistry I remember? It’s combustible than ever.

Except…our fling is forbidden and must exist only in secret. Her rules, not mine.

I can’t be her forever. I’m not that guy, and even she knows it.

But I can’t stay away from her either. I’m determined to claim not just her body but her heart, even if that’s the one thing she’s vowed not to give me.

Headstrong (Vino & Veritas, #3)

A straight guy gives gay hookup tips to a virgin. What could go wrong?

When I first met Whit, I couldn’t get away from him fast enough. He’s a hockey player, and I hate everything to do with the sport that once broke my heart.

But I can’t help feeling sorry for the guy. He’s newly out and desperate to meet someone, but his eagerness seems to scare potential hook ups away.

Agreeing to be his wingman should’ve been simple. Watching him flirt with other guys made things complicated.

Whit challenges me in every aspect of my life, from my hatred of hockey to the new questions I’m asking myself. Like why a straight man suddenly can’t stop thinking about kissing another guy.

I think the answer lies somewhere on Whit’s lips

Dirty Talker (Slayers Hockey, #4)

His mouth is hot enough to melt the ice.

Ten days. That’s all I’m asking for. But not one of my NHL teammates is willing to cough up a sister, cousin, or trusted friend to play my fake girlfriend for this wedding.

Pucking BS. Yeah, my mouth has been known to get me into places I don’t belong. But this Class Five panty melter is on lockdown because the last thing I need is another complication.

I’m about to give up when fate delivers the answer to my prayers.

I’m not her type.
She doesn’t date jocks.
All this sharp, sexy over achiever wants is a little fun, an escape from her career driven life.

It’s a simple arrangement. So why am I complicating it?

N an unknown barrister from South Africa called Mohandas Gandhi wrote to Tolstoy and most importantly for a writer he had the courage to write and was blessed with the stamina to persist into old age But he too was periodically given to ebilitating unhappiness with periodic rants against modernity the train and contraception were embodiments of all that was wrong in this world Sex especially sexual The Gulag Handbook desires of womenrove Tolstoy to sublime literary apoplexy which is best captured in his novella Kreutzer Sonata about a husband who murders his adulterous wife who had also enjoyed playing Beethoven with her lover Understandably Tolstoy s wife was not pleased She wrote in her The Beckoning Lady (Albert Campion diary It hasone me a great wrong humiliated me in the eyes of the world and Will in the World destroyed the last vestiges of love between us By the end of his life Tolstoy was profoundly estranged from his wife five of their thirteen children hadied and his creative spells had run aground Ironically after his June Fourth Elegies death both Tsar Nicholas II and Lenin saw him as rare sort of inconvenience a cultural aristocrat loved by the people who undermined their vainglorious claims If asked whato these writers tell us about today s Russia the answer is no clear at the end of the book than in the beginning But we intuit an answer that Wheeler offers us it is a land where individualism personal excesses religious anguish adulteries and loves private generosities and public crimes are still omnipresent Wheeler writes about all this without worrying about what scholars intellectuals or Russia experts might think of her From this abandonment of mental shackles she finds the freedom to meander Her prose is therefore marked by an absence of self consciousness that could very well have made this book a ponderous clunker But she soars freely among the giants suirms Baby and Child Vegetarian Recipes disapprovingly but empathetically at their failings and suirrels away facts for a wintry paragraph to nourish the reader all the while telling us about the Russia she has seen She may have been like us stuck in the mud of everyday life but thanks to her we glimpse briefly at the stars above in the literary firmament who as we learn were also all too human I love so many of the authors that Wheeler followed and I enjoyed seeing where they lived hearing their lives and the way she connected them That was beautiful Some of the travelogue parts were less interesting thought it was fascinating to see the run up to the Sochi Olympics through her eyes Fascinating snapshots of Russian writers in Russia s Golden Age of Literature broadly the 19th century Pushkin until theeath of Tolstoy in 1910 Biographies with their personality traits I never knew Tolstoy was such a horrible person for one interspersed with many photographs The author travelled to places important in the writers lives it was interesting to compare then through the writers lives and now through the author s travels I enjoyed reading *ABOUT LESSER KNOWN FIGURES SUCH AS FET A POET *lesser known figures such as Fet a poet of an Emily Dickinson comparison Goncharov known for Oblomov which variations on the extremely slothful character s name have entered the Russian language and Leskov an uneven writer known principally for his masterwork the novella Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk turned into an opera by Shostakovich Some of her musings on the current political situation in Russia got boring pretty uickly Recommended Mud and Stars Travels in Russia with Pushkin and Other Geniuses of the Golden Age I hate to say it but I found this to be a strange and isappointing book "Ms Wheeler mentions in her introduction that uring the book s gestation her "Wheeler mentions in her introduction that Der Illusionist during the book s gestation her went awry badly I think and she put it away for a while before returning to it The book for me only had life in the chapters about Chekhov Wheeler follows in the footsteps of Dostoyevsky Gogol Chekov and other 19th century authors connecting them to Putin s Russia of today You needn t have read or well remember the writersetailed to enjoy this wryly told traveler s tale Wheeler reminds me a lot of Susan Orlean another writer who never seems to put her foot wrong Ok for a first go at Russian literature Nothing especially insightful if you ve read the works andor other commentary If you o read it and want on Pushkin ie a wry modern take on Pushkin worship in the Soviet era look for Pushkin Hills by Dovlato. Local guides boards with families in modest homestays eats roe and pelmeni and cabbage soup invokes recipes from Mastering the Art of Soviet Cooking learns the language and observes the pattern of outcry and silence that characterizes life under Vladimir Putin Illustrated with both historical images and contemporary snapshots of the peo­ple and places that shaped her journey Mud and Stars gives us timely witty and eeply personal insights into Russia then and .


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Mud and StarsAudiobook versionSara Wheeler set out to explore the locations of the writers of the Russian Golden Age Pushkin Tolstoy Golgo Dostoevsky and others She mostly bypassed the major cities and visited off the beaten path places of Russia like the Arctic Siberia and the Caucasus This is both a literary exploration and a travelogueI am a big fan of the Russian Golden age and of travelogues set in Eastern Europe so this book really appealed to me I haven t read all of the classic works far from it but I am familiar with many of them I learned many new things about both the writers and the places in Russia she featured If you
are interested in 
interested in then this book is worth your timeWheeler reads the book herself and I believe it adds to its value She brings it to life Not all authors can pull this off 355 I really liked the idea of this book in which the author follows in the footsteps of great Russian authors and while this Spring Comes to Sanctuary (Welcome to Sanctuary, did happen Sara Wheeler s own battles with the Russian language and attempts at cooking the foodistract from this She Ask the Past does go into greatescriptions of the authors their "Lives And Impact They Had "and impact they had she visits places where they lived or travelled I really enjoyed this aspect of the book The other experiences were amusing and interesting but idn t add to the book for me A curious book Basic outlines of the life and works of great 19th century writers along with travelogues reports of progress in learning the Russian language and cookery It fails to come together although there are interesting snippets along the way and I ve added some Russian novels to my TBR I recommend Natasha s Dance A Cultural History of Russia and The Possessed Adventures with Russian Books and the People Who Read Them instead Human All Too HumanBy 1942 when hunger Silver Stirrups (Saddle Club, defeat andeprivation had begun to stalk the Germans who had attacked USSR realization Different Class dawned among the upper echelons of the Nazis commander that the Russian landscape was the real enemy In a letter to his wife in Germany Generalfeldmarschall Karl von Runstedt sums this realityespairingly The vastness of Russia Short Stories by Roald Dahl devours us For much of modern history when talking about Russia outsiders have parceled out that very same immensity one sixth of earth s surface in simple minded ways to make their narratives manageable For cultural historians it is the European versus the Asiatic Russia for political theorists it is the centralizing imperatives versus resistance movements for historians of 19th century it the French speaking elite versus the Russian masses below Tsarists versus Communists in 1917 and so on Suchichotomies of convenience often hope to Goldilocks the Three Bears describe a true Russia Sara Wheeler s Mud and Stars biographies wrapped in a travelogue inside a personaliary attempts to o something similar She oes this Socialist Realism despite cautiously acknowledging that there is no such thing as the Russian soul or perhaps even Russian culture it is too big a country For her however real Russia is outside Moscow and St Petersburg where inkpot vendettas among intellectuals and Kremlin s authoritarianism hasisfigured anything that matters Like many before her she heads out into those vast spaces where a peaceful population lived its age old life of toil and repose joy and suffering She travels cheaply lives in homestays learns some Russian and travels that sprawling sovereign land in search of 19th century Russian authors who Wheeler claims represents the country even today The book s conceit therefore is that 19th century authors Pushkin Tolstoy Dostoyevsky Gogol Turgenev et al have something to tell us about today s Russia In practice what this translates to is the author traveling from town to village where relevant authorial houses and estates have survived in molested or refurbished conditions All of this is of course uite romantic and yet curious It strains belief that Henry James or Ralph Emerson have much to tell us about Trump s America or that O Chandu Menon or Mirza Ghalib can tell us much about Modi s India But to uibble on this point is foolish The aim of the book is not social realism or even I Look Up To... Michelle Obama diagnosis but an author s efforts to glean truths from the lives of great Russian novelists that speaks to her experience of Russia Once we the reader grant Wheeler this allowance she is a terrific companion Witty scholarly without bei. With the writers of the Golden Age as her guides Pushkin Tolstoy Gogol and Turgenev among others Sara Wheeler searches for a Russia not in the news traveling from rinsed northwestern beet fields and the Far Eastern Arctic tundra to the cauldron of nation­alities religions and languages in the Caucasus Bypassing major cities as much as possible she goes instead to the places associated with the country’s literary masters With her we see the fabled Trigorskoye Ng pedantic a sharp observer of changing moods and in love with that behemoth land If there is one common thread running through her narratives about theiverse group of 19th century writers she writes about as one part evotee one part tourist it is that we are all idiots or sinners in one way or her love and admiration one way or Her love and admiration them is not espite their emotional warts and moral isfigurations but precisely because of it It is in their frailties failings and idiosyncrasies she seeks to locate their humanity which may or not be Russian *In Some Elusive Sense *some elusive sense result is we learn about the colourful and the perverse Pushkin we learn was an inveterate bedhopper who wrote and how transcendentally beautifully at that only when he was laid low by sexually transmitted iseases Even Stalin and his Communist thugs who murdered hundreds of writers in the 1930s Never Tell decided to consecrate Pushkin as a semiivine being Dostoyevsky meanwhile was a Christian traditionalist an anti semite in private an anti modernist in public who repeatedly pawned his belongings for the nihilistic highs of gambling Amidst these private torments he wrote novels about murderers whose conscience was sharper than the very axe they wielded "on their victims and in his personal life he wrote love letters occasionally twice a ay to his long suffering "their victims and in his personal life he wrote love letters occasionally twice a ay to his long suffering promising to change himself Thankfully for us the readers he never Deterring Democracy did In contrast Turgenev was six feet three spoke fifteen languages or so we learn from Wheeler and stood in opposition to everything Dostoyevsky s peasant conservatism claimed to represent If Dostoyevsky was a boneeep reactionary for whom life was a curse and a penance Turgenev was a constitutional liberal who had little use for all the mystical talk of the Russian Orthodox Church The great Flaubert wrote to him from Paris there s only one man left in the world now with whom I can talk and that s you Turgenev never married and was in love with a mother of four children none of them were his for nearly forty years As Wheeler writes wisely he learnt to love without possessing Elsewhere in other corners of the Russian literary forest of the 19th century many magnificent monosyllabic giants strolled and raised hell Gogol Herzen Goncharov Fet Leskov and Lermontov Each of them is fascinating even if breezily Comet in Moominland (The Moomins, described by Wheeler in their private miseries and public efforts to write meaningfully It is perhaps revealing that out of the 255 pages it is the chapter on Chekhov about whom I heard the great Indian writer M T Vasudevan Nairescribe as ente gurunathan my teacher and master that one remembers well after the book is Hunters Heart done Overwhelmingly this is because of Chekhov s humanity that arouses pathos in us As aoctor Chekhov spent countless hours with the Menneskefluene (K2 diseased andying He famously uipped medicine was his wife but writing was his mistress Like Chekhov Wheeler treks to Siberia only to Nazi Gold discover that awe inspiring land of brutal cold and Stalinist gulags was still peopled by stories of everydayespair and hope The melancholy in Chekhov s stories often precipitated by his recognition about the irrelevance of human endeavors in face of time presaged the fact that Chekhov physician of body and mind Mr Majeika and the School Inspector died at the young age of forty four in Germany His body was returned to Moscow as Gorky noted in a refrigerated railway carriage reserved to transport fresh oysters The last chapter is understandably reserved for the greatest of these giants from the Golden Age of Russian literature Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy who Wheeler correctlyescribes as the most famous man in Russia after the tsar But by now tsars have come and vanished into the earths Communist Selected Poems dictators have met theireserved ends and present ay tyrants too will perish but Tolstoy survives Like an ancient fort by a beach awash in sentiment sprayed and spit over by time and salt with his writings condemned to be read as long as humans wage war in the name of peace and make love to the wrong person Tolstoy in many ways was the midpoint and arguably the high point of the extraordinary Russian efflorescence Perched between Pushkin twenty nine years older than Tolstoy and Chekhov thirty two years younger Tolstoy had it all He was rich famous married to a strong minded woman had children owned vast estates and titles his admirers were a legion eve. ??three hills” estate that Pushkin freuented uring his exile now preserved in his honor We look for Dostoevsky along the waters of Lake Ilmen site of the only house the restless writer ever owned We pay tribute to the single stone that remains of Tol­stoy’s birthplace Wheeler weaves these writers’ lives and works around their historical homes giving us rich portraits of the many Doctor Strange, Vol. 2 diverse Russias from which these writers spoke As she travels Wheeler follows.


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