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Wicked King Dick

really liked it 4.0  ·  Rating Details ·  1 Rating  ·  1 Review
Here's a nostalgia piece, my personal foray into Jean
Shepherd Americana.WICKED KING DICK refers to Richard
Milhous Nixon, the principal bogeyman of my college years, who you may recall
served as POTUS until he resigned in ignominy on August 9, 1974--coincidentally
enough, on my birthday. During the George W. era from time to time I found myself
wishing we had Tricky Dick
back a
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Published (first published December 21st 2011)
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Benoit Lelievre
Mar 02, 2012 Benoit Lelievre rated it really liked it
I knew nothing could really prepare me for this book. An enigma of Malachi Stone proportion is destined to elude conventional expectations. I have no precise way of describe what it's like to read WICKED KING DICK, by imagine a BROOM OF THE SYSTEM era David Foster Wallace mixed with Chuck Palahniuk. But it would be limitating to say Malachi Stone sounds like other writers. The man walks to his own drum and has its own set of rules. I know of legions of book snobs that would be charmed if they ev ...more
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