Drag The Darkness Down: A Novel
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Drag The Darkness Down: A Novel

3.4 of 5 stars 3.40  ·  rating details  ·  5 ratings  ·  1 review
Odom Shiloh is in trouble. His job is going nowhere, his marriage is on the ropes, and running over a French cyclist in Memphis didn't help. Now his sister, the piano virtuoso Birdshit, has run off with a local high school football star. Enter Blakey Flake, an art history teacher and armchair philosopher turned private investigator: off they go in search of Birdshit, encou...more
212 pages
Published 2009 by No Record Press
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Nov 10, 2009 Jim rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: People who like the Southern lit extra gothicky
Shelves: small-press
Drag The Darkness Down was a pleasure to read. Although the worlds the stories inhabit are completely different, it reminded me of Michael FitzGerald's Radiant Days in that I thought I had the book pegged (I thought it was going to be a kind of Jack Pendarvis-type picaresque) and then it did this amazing back-flip into weirdness I never saw coming and just kept getting darker and stranger in a way that made me re-think everything that I thought about the characters and their situations. That is...more
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