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READER å DOC Heuer Lost And Found FREE ¿ A.B. FUNKHAUSER ☆ Unrepentant cooze hound lawyer Jürgen Heuer dies suddenly and unexpectedly in his litter strewn home Undiscovered he rages against God Nazis deep fryers and analogous women who disappoint him At last found he is delivered to Weibigand Brothers Funeral HLivered to Weibigand Brothers Funeral Home a ramshackle establishment peopled with above average eccentrics including boozy Enid a former girlfriend with serious denial issues With her help and the help of a wise cr I didn’t know what to make of this at first and then I was half way through it and then I was at the endbut I didn't want it to be over Funkhauser made me learn new words like “aegis” and then I was laughing too hard to notice that I was actually at a sad part Like Breaking Bad’s Walter White Heuer is not a likeable man but I somehow found myself rooting for him A strange complicated character I have to look at him again I hope there'll be where this came from

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Acking spirit guide Heuer will try to move on to the next plane But before he can do this he must endure an inept embalming feral whispers and Enid’s flawed recollections of their murky past Is it really worth it? There’s a sense of detachment to be found in people who deal with the deceased Life though is not without its upheavals as long as one remains within its bounds So how do you deal with the application of a spicy story to such resigned protagonists? Enter Ms Funkhauser with her masterpieceTo put things in perspective let us consider a phone call to a funeral house early in the story It begins with the line “This is Werner Heuer Herr Forsythe My wife and I have need of your services today My son is dead” Now consider the sentiment of Mr Forsythe on the other end depicted a few lines later Charlie calculating profit after disbursements felt better alreadyThe author’s mastery begins with the very element she chooses to play with to pacify the contrast in her story time She opens the door at the universally agonizing hour of 9 AM on a Monday then begins to step back before we’re suddenly flung back to Day One Postmortem 15 minutes on The only constant from then on is subtle versions of time swing that soaks us inIt is fascinating to watch people on two sides of a wall oblivious to each other and looking at the same thing in an entirely different way talk to each other but not listen This is especially so when that wall is the border between life and after life In the story we have Enid on one side who loses someone once important to her Heuer without a chance to say a final goodbye On the other side we have Heuer whose story and in some way life itself unfolds after his death As I recently expressed to the author in an interview in a single stroke she introduces us to both our greatest fear and our greatest wish And as she had then clarified the very idea leads to the conclusion that there is no first or second chance nor is there a wall Everything we experience in the pages of time is in continuumA B Funkhauser’s likes to play with her narration She liberally uses non English phrases alternates between classy and backstreet lingo and most pleasingly embeds past conversations in between the current ones This fusion aids the above idea But perhaps the most moving of moments comes when the dead asks God to prove His existence and has his prayers answered almost immediately at which he frolics “Yes Yes There is a god” That joy establishes the fickle unending of our uest for purposeThe author compels us to make peace with a whole lot of commotion For in narrating the psyche of the deceased she makes us face a choice to use the time we have in peaceful altruism or to burn ourselves out in constant churn of tit for tat scheming which will not end even after we die So from a Bastard’s indifferent generosity to a Rat’s unconditional love to an inanimate after life existence in a Lamp Ms Funkauser’s message to us is beautifully laid out As she states beauty and elegance is not always spotted or even appreciated even when it’s right in front of your face Her ultimate directive can be summed up in one word Live But it takes her book to understand how

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Heuer Lost And FoundUnrepentant cooze hound lawyer Jürgen Heuer dies suddenly and unexpectedly in his litter strewn home Undiscovered he rages against God Nazis deep fryers and analogous women who disappoint him At last found he is de Ms AB Funkhauser is a brilliant and wacky writer incapable of dumbing things down and amen for that Her distinctive voice tells an intriguing story that mixes moral conflicts with dark humor not too mention booze and cigarettes The book’s title refers to the lead character a lawyer who dies in his home As the body decomposes the man’s spirit experiences euphoria rage disappointment and eventually hope One of my favourite characters Enid an employee of the Weibigand Brothers Funeral Home where Heuer now resides just happens to be Heuer the dead lawyer’s former girlfriend and as we re live the flawed recollections of their murky past—it really poses the uestion How do we deal with death?​