Franny Y. Wednesday, 7 October 2009
You're a fucking genius.

Traditional storytelling doesn't compare. Nothing that sells itself to the public will, ever.
Aristide Sunday, 3 May 2009
friggin' brilliant
paul schoaff Saturday, 2 May 2009
This just might be friggin' brilliant, but I can't decipher it without the author giving me a few more crib notes. We'll all love this a lot more if you tell us what you are trying to do, first. In other words, in the words of Billy Joel, "I never want to work that hard..." (Don't go changin', to try to please me. etc.)
paul schoaff Tuesday, 6 October 2009
tremendously inventive and incisive
paul schoaff Sunday, 7 June 2009
completely seductive, yet confounding and incomprehensible. The sort of book you'd buy if Eco's name was on it, or Nabokov, and struggle through it, laughing at how you are struggling to understand something...anything...please!

But there's the rub. Eco's name isn't on it, not Nabokov either. Will the buyer/reader/publisher be willing to exert the energy needed to 'get' this book? I think this would be a fantastic second book, following a highly rated and completely comprehensible thriller for your first one.

Am I making any sense?


By the way, you owe me a better rating on Twin Beeches, even if you don't like the style. "I'm Elarude, why aren't you?", or somesuch drivel.

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