Trevas de luz
A divorced man living in San Francisco is guided by his roommate deep within the Tenderloin neighborhood of prostitutes and transvestites, down a perilous sexual and spiritual path.
(first published June 1998)
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To be honest I picked up this book because of the title. I wondered how Zimler could fuse the angelic with darkness. The book had moments of greatness. By moments I mean sentences of greatness. As a whole it was rather unsatisfying. I guess I wanted Peter to be more defined, I wanted to know more about his relationship with Maria and his sensitivities, I guess I also wanted him to be more than painfully human. I got the feeling that this book could have been so much more than what it was - a wis...more
Richard Zimler was born in Roslyn Heights, a suburb of New York City, in 1956. After earning a bachelor's degree in comparative religion from Duke University (1977) and a master's degree in journalism from Stanford University (1982), he worked for eight years as a journalist, mainly in the San Francisco Bay area. In 1990, he moved to Porto, Portugal, and he has taught journalism for the last sixte...moreMore about Richard Zimler...