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Midnight in Savannah

3.58 of 5 stars 3.58  ·  rating details  ·  19 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Midnight in Savannah is the deliberately more explicit, and more entertaining alternative to the John Berendt / Clint Eastwood Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. For more than a year after its appearance in 2000, it was one of the best-selling GLBT books in the Deep South. Midnight in Savannah skillfully incorporates Carson McCullers, Pamela Harriman, Libby Holman, t ...more
Paperback, 498 pages
Published September 17th 2008 by Georgia Literary Association (first published March 31st 2000)
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Adalira Morningstar
OH MAN, THIS BOOK IS KIND OF AWESOME (BUT IN A REALLY TERRIBLE, GROSS AND POSSIBLY VAGUELY OFFENSIVE WAY.)

Which yeah, seems a little weird coming from someone who rated it one star but you don't understand, this book is classy as balls, you guys.

It all started when my sister-in-love Zola was reading it and was like, "Hang the fuck on, I have to read you a passage from this book."

"Let me oblige." Phil leaned over the young man's body to kiss his perfectly formed and rather full lips. They looke
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Zola
Oct 27, 2012 Zola rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: The dustbin.
Ugh. This book, where do I start.

I couldn't even get through the first chapter--it seemed like the author just wanted an excuse to see how outlandishly, over-the-top gay he could be. I'm no prude, but it was just ridiculous the kind of attitude that was implicit in the writing. It was reminiscent of the kind of erotica that turns me off--no thought of plot, just flat-out boning.

Also, the phrase "sword-swallower" is used. Are you fuckin kidding me?
Gerry Kelly
A fun read about what could really be going on in Savannah. A take-off of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil and just a little more gay. Many funny characters and old Southern families.......It was just plain FUN
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