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Zeroville by Steve Erickson
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Apr 16, 12

Read from April 14 to 16, 2012

The trek of a reading adult is often a lonely and opaque one, only in the sense, that the course is personal and peers can only shrug and smile, but the path continues. I can say that if I could ever pen a piece of literary achievement, it would be Zeroville.
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Mariel I'm pretty keen on reading this myself.


Jonfaith Any praise I can yield only appears awkward and beside the poit. Not only is their this amazing fusion of cinema and Abrham/Issac dynamic, but the blistering success of the novel is the subtle tone: wispy and half-revealed.


message 3: by Brian (new)

Brian I can say that if I could ever pen a piece of literary achievement, it would be Zeroville. now that is praise, especially coming from a friend that doesn't often employee superlatives when referring to a work. I am reading another book by him now and will add this one based on your resounding accolade.


message 4: by Geoff (new)

Geoff "The trek of a reading adult is often a lonely and opaque one, only in the sense, that the course is personal and peers can only shrug and smile, but the path continues."

Truer words are hard to speak. I am feeling the Loneliness of the Long Distance Reader this morning verymuch...


message 5: by Brian (new)

Brian Geoff wrote: "I am feeling the Loneliness of the Long Distance Reader this morning verymuch..."

Which book, G?


message 6: by Geoff (new)

Geoff Brian wrote: "Geoff wrote: "I am feeling the Loneliness of the Long Distance Reader this morning verymuch..."

Which book, G?"


I'm reading Finnegans Wake. Try talking about that with anyone in the real world outside of Goodreads.


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