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Lazy

4.02  ·  Rating details ·  57 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Peter Sotos, the writer who 'rapes a blank page', whose pen is the verbal knife of a sadist', unleashes his latest controversial dispatch from the cutting edge of pornography, sexual abuse and degradation: Drawing from his own experiences, insights and investigations, Sotos slices open the dark underbelly of the sex industry and reveals the harsh, gritty and brutal extreme ...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published March 11th 2008 by Creation Books (first published April 2000)
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kevin
Sep 19, 2007 rated it it was amazing
this is the first Sotos i acquired and read. made the entertaining mistake of reading it on the subway here in San Francisco, the city populated by too many folks who think and act as though (a) the private is necessarily public and (b) the personal is always political. some one reading over my shoulder got up in my face between Church and Van Ness, loudly stating the offense she had taken, saying, amongst other things, "you're invading my space with that book!" by reading this book in a place w ...more
Robert Beveridge
Peter Sotos, Lazy (Creation Books, 1999)
[originally posted 20Jan2000]

There it is.
In front of you.
Open it.
It's only a book, after all. It can't hurt you.
Go on. Open it.
Do as I say.
Do you like that?

What are we going to read about today?
Part I: "Sensation," and especially "Myra," and of course long ramblings on one of Sotos' favorite subjects, King Ian and Queen Myra. "Damien Hirst defended the work and threatened to pull his pieces from the show if the Hindley portrait wasn't allowed in. Hirst is
...more
Aesop Dekker
Feb 05, 2009 rated it it was amazing
Mr. Sotos, you are a tremendous writer. You wield words like Sutcliffe wielded a hammer. You are also a horrible piece of shit of a human. Great read, not for pussies.
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