The Switched

The Switched One summer morning totally unconnected people wake up as somebody else They have their names their lives and their problems Nobody knows how or why it s happened and nobody knows if or when they l

  • Title: The Switched
  • Author: Ryan Bracha
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • One summer morning, totally unconnected people wake up as somebody else They have their names, their lives, and their problems Nobody knows how or why it s happened, and nobody knows if or when they ll ever get their own lives back They must quickly learn to accept, adapt to, and in some cases embrace their new personas if they are to survive in a world where the peopleOne summer morning, totally unconnected people wake up as somebody else They have their names, their lives, and their problems Nobody knows how or why it s happened, and nobody knows if or when they ll ever get their own lives back They must quickly learn to accept, adapt to, and in some cases embrace their new personas if they are to survive in a world where the people known as The Switched will do anything to get their old bodies back from others who will desperately do anything to protect their true identity, and hide deep behind their new face Against the backdrop of a nationwide search for popular television presenter Francesca O Reilly, whose very public breakdown and disappearance sparks chaos on social media, it quickly becomes apparent that the switching phenomenon is far widespread than anybody could have known, and The Switched become the most famous people in the country Take a trip into the darkest corners of the darkest minds in this supernatural thriller, the blackest work yet by Ryan Bracha, the best selling author of Strangers Are Just Friends You Haven t Killed Yet and the Dead Man Trilogy.

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    1. Violence, more violence, sex, sex with yourself, face masks made out of real faces, , MENstruation (get it?) , shit,…… tons more shit, serial killers, celebrities, drugs, an ENOURMOUS COCK, the owner of said cock riding it, Love, Hate, betrayal, candles being stuck up arses, , octogenarian sex and death by dildo,.is is just a tiny glimpse of what this story holds.The Switched is Ryan Bracha’s latest novel and in case you didn’t know it he is one of the most vibrant writers the UK has see [...]

    2. It takes a certain sort of twisted genius to conceive a story like The Switched. Without a doubt Ryan Bracha is definitely the man for that task. This book is undoubtedly his most brilliant creation to date. As a fan of his previous works, I am stoked to see Bracha continuing to hone his craft by leaps and bounds. Employing his usual arsenal of morally flawed characters in inherently awkward situations, Bracha manages to up the game once again by navigating his talent into uncharted territory.Fo [...]

    3. I wouldn't want to be Bracha. Not for anything. I feel sorry for him in the most profound way. It's not the vacant expression sketched permanently on his face that elicits my sympathy for him. Nor the sagging, sweat-stained moob impression on his sad oasis-esque polo shirt. It's not even the resigned way he carries himself, like only the most wretched shit-stain of a man who's accepted his slide into deep ugliness can affect. Not even the rancid, gamey oily pungent Stench of his grimy Breath eli [...]

    4. WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF YOU WERE NO LONGER YOU?I'm firmly of the opinion that Ryan Bracha must be a very sick man. Which doesn't say a lot for me either, given that I loved every last page of 'The Switched' and have no idea where the last 24 hours of my life have gone. Ironic, really, given what this book is all about. Easily the most vulgar and far out novel that I've ever read, Ryan Bracha has taken 'The Switched' to places that I doubt very few authors would dare to go. Take five of society's mo [...]

    5. My third foray into the weird and frightening world of Ryan Bracha, having previously devoured the first two thirds of the Dead Man Trilogy (I will be reading the third and final part the moment it’s published). The Switched, his latest novel, is another gripping rollercoaster ride through the extreme world of Ryan Bracha’s twisted imagination where swearing, sex and violence liberally punctuate another highly original plot In a nutshell, groups of five people wake up one morning to find the [...]

    6. One summer morning, totally unconnected people wake up as somebody else. They have their names, their lives, and their problems. Nobody knows how or why it's happened, and nobody knows if or when they'll ever get their own lives back. They must quickly learn to accept, adapt to, and in some cases embrace their new personas, if they are to survive in a world where the people known as The Switched will do anything to get their old bodies back from others who will desperately do anything to protect [...]

    7. Reading the blurb you may be expecting a festering cauldron of perversion, obscenity, bodily fluids and every deviantly murderous coupling conceivable…Well, okay, welcome to the 'The Switched'. But there's a lot more going on here than that. While other writers try to out f*ck each other, they lack Bracha's creativity, imagination and intelligence. A good example is the jumping from third to first person, allowing the reader to really get inside the heads of the characters, hear their rage, fe [...]

    8. Loved itI really did love this book. I had never read anything by this author and I found his writing very interesting. Many, many times I laughed out loud at some of the situations the characters found themselves in. I am still laughing! If you like weird stories and dark humor than buy this book.

    9. Brilliant! Ryan Bracha is fast becoming one of my favourite authorsr disappointslots of violence sex drugs mixed into a love story and people on the run in different bosies

    10. A bunch of unrelated people are switched into different bodies (in groupings of five) in a weird one-off event. Gradually, violent circumstances and strong personalities bring them together for a brutal final act. Ryan Bracha's The Switched is great fun (so long as you've got a strong stomach). It's as different from the Dead Man trilogy as it is from the universe of Strangers Are Just Friends You Haven't Killed Yet, but the novel shares the sharp, cutting satirical edge and the tendency towards [...]

    11. Ryan Bracha is the only author I know that could pull this off. It's weird, crass, crude, offensive and many other heinous adjectives, featuring a host of thoroughly unlikable characters, and yet I was engaged throughout, finishing it in just a few sittings. It's a testament to Bracha's skills as a writer and a story-teller to accomplish that. I liked that he used the names of other Indie authors for minor characters; a nice touch. Not for the easily offended or prudish.

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