Galileo and the Blueberry Conspiracyby Malcolm Hudson
A kind of a Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance formula with far less brooding and
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Written in the first person, the novel features two characters in mid-life, without the crisis. An odd couple, Thibault and Malcolm take a picaresque ride into the past and cook intimate, great meals without pomp or fanfare for famous people who never got an even break.
A kind of a Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance formula with far less brooding and personal condemnation. Galileo and the Blueberry Conspiracy is self-effacing, life-affirming, autobiographical and funny. It is how two human beings, who love what they do, perhaps more than life itself, work with each other in an atmosphere of almost divine grace. Irony is the web, controversy is around every corner—how blueberries earn the wrath of the Church and the Inquisition—and a love story that cannot be. It is about two men, feeling, intelligent men, who see the world in all its beauty and its ugliness. But what they see is real.
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