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  • Book Name: The Last Chairlift 
  • Authors: John Irving
  • Pages: 1057
  • Genre: Political fiction
  • Publish Date:  18 October 2022
  • Language: English

Book review:

The Last Chairlift by John Irving this book is that it's a ghost story and a love story the less you know the more you'll appreciate the turns of the tale but I will offer this clue John envisioned and proposed the image on the book cover for a good reason and his conception of 

This cover offers some insight into just how meticulous his process is he asked one of his friends a ski patroller at Bromley Mountain in Vermont to take some photos of the Blue Ribbon chair lift at pre-dawn in Sub-Zero temperature 

He sent us three images to inform the painting that appears on the cover as Sean described it in an email to our art director this is the foremost downhill facing chair at the top of the chair lifts I'm imagining a book cover that incorporates aspects of these three shots in one painting and he added 

I think there's a doomed appearance to this frigid chair lift at the downhill edge of the loading platform it's not where anyone gets on when John sent us these very specific directions I hadn't read the last chairlift it wasn't until 

I got to the scene in the novel set at this exact location on Bromley Mountain that I understood why he wanted this image image on the cover without giving anything away I can say that his reasoning speaks to the depth and power of His artistry John Irving turned 80 this year he still has several more novels he plans to write 

but they will be shorter ones he's told me this is his last long novel in fact at 900 Pages it's the longest novel of John Irving's career but all of us who've read it think it deserves to be this length as John's longtime copy editor Amy Edelman put it he had a lot he wanted to say and let me note that 

It's still shorter than classic works by two of the novelists who have inspired John Through The Years Dickens and Dostoyevsky instead of rereading the brothers karamazo for David Copperfield spend 

Your weekend with the last chair lift behold this magnum opus and appreciate this great writer now for his politically subversive stories his moral vision and his extraordinarily entertaining imagination and that is the word and the world according to Carmen foreign.

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