The Ice Boat (On the Road from Brazil to Siberia)

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The Abba-like cleanness of Stockholm was getting to him. He wanted to piss against a wall.

Dave has almost got it all; with a rock star lifestyle, romance and a nice flat in London, he almost has the happiness he has worked for all his life. Escaping a scheming Brazilian siren, he ends up living with three prostitutes in Amsterdam. More

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About Lazlo Ferran

Lazlo Ferran: Exploring the Landscapes of Truth.

Educated near Oxford, during English author Lazlo Ferran’s extraordinary life, he has been an aeronautical engineering student, dispatch rider, graphic designer, full-time busker, guitarist and singer, recording two albums. Having grown up in rural Buckinghamshire Lazlo says:

“The beautiful Chiltern Hills offered the ideal playground for a child’s mind, in contrast to the ultra-strict education system of Bucks.”

Brought up as a Buddhist, he has travelled widely, surviving a student uprising in Athens and living for a while in Cairo, just after Sadat’s assassination. Later, he spent some time in Central Asia and was only a few blocks away from gunfire during an attempt to storm the government buildings of Bishkek in 2006. He has a keen interest in theologies and philosophies of the Far East, Middle East, Asia and Eastern Europe.

After a long and successful career within the science industry, Lazlo Ferran left to concentrate on writing, to continue exploring the landscapes of truth.

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pjdmd reviewed on Nov. 10, 2014

David finally finds what he is looking for…
David is just an ordinary guy trying to find Love and meaning in his life. Book 1 gave us insights into his thinking patterns and his first few escapades. Book 2 continues with his (mis-)adventures. We all face the same question and struggles, but don’t have the freedom to travel and try new things as he does. The erotic scenes are a nice addition, great narrative, ahem, almost too good… I especially like the seemingly normal but absolutely crazy vixen in Siberia. She symbolizes his past encounters, which is in stark contrast to his final Love. What does each symbolize about present society? The answer is all too clear. At the ending, we see the type of rudder Life’s Boat has.
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