Dukree Una rated it did not like it Apr 26, Do I absolutely have to be disgusted and want to throw up due to the oppressive misogyny and violence of the story to call it art? If you are a seller for this product, boriis you like to suggest updates through seller support? View all 22 comments. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
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Loathsome in content and sublime in its detachment, this book of violence is truly a work of perfect self-control. This tale could have easily belonged to Dorian as much as it did to Lee Anderson. Manipulation, pedophilia, rape and murder can all be found inside. The theme Hatred, sexism, revenge and racism are so heavy with the weight of history, a wrong word can spark a public outrage.
Movies and books that deal with them often try to go down the beaten path and come across as one-note, or attempt something new and are inevitably accused of pandering, or levity, or shallowness.
The state of acceptable speech is for other people than myself to address. And Vian belonged to a different century, as his book is the equivalent to driving a SUV through the doors of political correctness.
The narration Most of the narration of the book is 1st person, limited to snippets that grow to reveal the whole tragic backstory of Lee. And yet, as he grows closer to his goals, the shallow narrative of personal justice starts being overbalanced by the suffering of others. Yet because of this type of narrative, his perspective does not allow us the comfort of being detached. The end While a lot of books suffer from weak endings. Usually, the plot ends and the last chapter is Here, what happens in the last two chapters is a stylistic choice.
It leans on its core themes to drive the plot lines. Therefore, rather than letting the story end as plot dictated, it ends with a final revealing portrait of Lee Anderson. It is brutal, especially in the things it insinuates.
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