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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Mostly Madly by Patrick Fealey. Love and its pain. Sex and its satisfactions. The joys of both. Mostly Madly is about a young journalist who is mourning the loss of first love and the women who remedy him — at their own pleasure and peril. Tommy Risk is a man in transition, moving on from his girlfriend of five years, Jess, a cool fashion model, into a world of sex and love which revives him and enhances Love and its pain.

Tommy Risk is a man in transition, moving on from his girlfriend of five years, Jess, a cool fashion model, into a world of sex and love which revives him and enhances his understanding of women. With his newfound freedom from emotional oppression, he reengages as a man who treats women the way women have taught him to treat women. Tommy quits his newspaper job and moves to the Villa Spaghetti to work on his first novel.

We meet Felicia, an archaeologist who does not believe in monogamy and whom Tommy has loved since they met five years earlier. Tommy endures a sociopathic housemate, a miserly and loveless photographer intent on destroying any joy he sees. Pam is a lifelong crush who comes back into his life 20 years after she rejected him.

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And Layne is a young art student who is exploring her sexuality with the force of an innocent. In the end, love heals love, and what Tommy thinks about women includes a lot of what he is not thinking about women. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Other Editions 1.

Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Mostly Madly , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Before the show I got the impression there were quite a few new people in, so the reaction when they realised Glyn had been usurped was pleasing; maybe they pay attention to us after all.

On top of this, longtime regular and ex-Comet editor John Francis volunteered to assist on the door, which helped take the pressure off. Finally, our new sound guy Billy did a great job again, which is one of the most vital aspects of the evening; comedy quickly turns to awkwardness without good enough audio clarity for people to enjoy it without subliminally stretching forward to hear the detail.

ruspderorriu.tk As for the show itself, it was great. We went up fifteen minutes late, which is pretty much the norm, except for the added reason that Phil's train was delayed I kept receiving text updates of his whereabouts, thus compounding the drama. Phil being Phil made the journey from the station to the venue an anecdote in itself. Prior to kickoff I spotted two industrial ladders in the bar we were using as a backstage space and predicted Phil would bring one on with him for his set and was inevitably vindicated; if only my skill for predicting the movements of my favourite comedian had a more practical use than damage limitation.

Not content with hunting down the venue's DIY equipment, Phil was on sparkling form.