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C. Sean McGee

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in Dublin, Ireland
June 18, 1979

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I write weird books.


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The Time Traveler's Wife

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Heaven is Full of Arseholes

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Dark Side of the Moon (Rock...

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Alex and The Gruff

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The Boy from the County Hell

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Christine

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The Terror{blist}

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The Anarchist

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Coffee and Sugar

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Happy People Live Here

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What good is diversity if everyone thinks the bloody same?

"Universities aren’t about safe spaces and inclusion; they’re about being courageous in the face of doubt and criticism. They’re about rigour and backbone, and standing up to peer review, not against it. Diversity is more than skin colour and how you fuck; it’s about cultivating a rich collective of diverging and opposing ideas for the sake of furthering knowledge; not some stand-alone virtuous... Read more of this blog post »
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Alex and The Gruff by C. Sean McGee
"I had the privilege to read the first draft of this book and already I found it a very entertaining story (with the usual dark edge of the writer C. Sean McGee). This is meant to become a series and the first draft stopped just when Alex and the G..." Read more of this review »
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A Boy Called Stephany by C. Sean McGee
"Definitely weird, in a good way. I get that the interaction between the doctor and the parents is implausible. It's intentionally comedic, and it worked. The ending surprised me which was partly good news and partly bad news. I liked being surpris..." Read more of this review »
London When it Rains by C. Sean McGee
"Set in a world where religion has been banned. Strangely enough, this does not reduce conflicts, and people divide into two factions, disagreeing on what to do with people who are caught displaying religious thoughts. Throughout the book we follow..." Read more of this review »
C. McGee shared a quote
Ineffable by C. Sean McGee
“I once spent a weekend on Earth,
With two men (of science; and god)
One man convinced me I did not exist,
And the other that I was a fraud.
In both men I saw the same reason,
In bothmen i saw the same light,
So I left for another dimension,
Assuming that both men were right."

- The Alien

From the novel 'Ineffable”
C. Sean McGee
More of C.'s books…
“Self-help and those stupid proverbs, they do nothing. Soul food? It’s like trying to cure starvation with a sugar cube. It might taste sweet on the lips but once it dissolves, the emptiness is still there.”
C.SeanMcGee, Dark Side of the Moon

“What's the point in being smart enough to read, if everything you read makes you dumb?"

- Fatts - Coffee and Sugar”
C. Sean McGee, Coffee and Sugar

“Infants never learn to soothe themselves to sleep. They learn, abandoned in seclusion, that no matter the volume of their despondence, no matter the force of their tears, when they are alone and frightened, no-one will ever come to their rescue. Infants do not soothe themselves. They merely surrender. And it is caged in their cribs where the infants learn, in the face of their demons, to remain silent and submitting.”
C.SeanMcGee, Alex and The Gruff

“Infants never learn to soothe themselves to sleep. They learn, abandoned in seclusion, that no matter the volume of their despondence, no matter the force of their tears, when they are alone and frightened, no-one will ever come to their rescue. Infants do not soothe themselves. They merely surrender. And it is caged in their cribs where the infants learn, in the face of their demons, to remain silent and submitting.”
C.SeanMcGee, Alex and The Gruff

“Respect is earned by effort not age, all things age without effort.”
C. Sean McGee, A Rising Fall

“We don’t want to change, We want to be changed. The result is never fast enough for our desire. That is the rule of fashion.”
C. Sean McGee, Utopian Circus

“I don´t love you. I love myseçf when I am with you”
C. Sean McGee, A Rising Fall

“What's the point in being smart enough to read, if everything you read makes you dumb?"

- Fatts - Coffee and Sugar”
C. Sean McGee, Coffee and Sugar




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