Category: George Miles Cycle

>Review: Period by Dennis Cooper

>Period is the last of the George Miles cycle and, personally, I believe it is his best. Of all Dennis Cooper’s work, this is probably my favorite, or a very close second to “God, Jr.” The plot-line is sometimes hard to follow, as it… Continue Reading “>Review: Period by Dennis Cooper”

Reviews: Card, Cooper, and Barth

Shadow of the Hegemon by Orson Scott Card This edition of the novel is littered with surface errors; however, the story itself is quite interesting. While it can’t stand on its own, as Ender’s Shadow or Ender’s Game certainly can, it is an intriguing… Continue Reading “Reviews: Card, Cooper, and Barth”

Review: Briefer Reviews of Past Reads

Closer by Dennis Cooper I always promise myself that Dennis Cooper will not be able to shock me again; yet, he somehow manages to do so. For most readers, the majority of this book -start to finish- will be quite shocking, especially to those… Continue Reading “Review: Briefer Reviews of Past Reads”

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