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Cerebral as the dickens, with a freewheeling approach that ties together myth with etymology and prophetic vision with carnal spasm. I appreciate the way he sees beyond appearances into the essence of things. My favorite scene was the elaborate debate between strangers that happens on a street in San Francisco in response to this graffito: "Mr. Slick and Mister Brother are one of the two most baddest dude in town, and Sutter Street."
anyone will like this book but if youre a musician youll feel like a "free jazz trekkie" laughing at some of this stuff. Also some very funny diagrams. For people who like diagrams in their fiction. Also, a scene of someone wearing a superman suit and the S is replaced by a C#9b13.