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Gorge: Pure Slush Vol. 4

Gorge Pure Slush Vol a novel in stories writers weave stories about a beachside restaurant its customers and the people who work there all in one action packed hunger filled testosterone fuelled hormonally crazy

  • Title: Gorge: Pure Slush Vol. 4
  • Author: Matt Potter Gessy Alvarez Jennifer Donnell Susan Gibb William Henderson Gill Hoffs David James Keaton Jen Knox
  • ISBN: 9781300549796
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Paperback
  • a novel in stories, 33 writers weave stories about a beachside restaurant, its customers and the people who work there, all in one action packed, hunger filled, testosterone fuelled, hormonally crazy afternoon and evening

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      Posted by:Matt Potter Gessy Alvarez Jennifer Donnell Susan Gibb William Henderson Gill Hoffs David James Keaton Jen Knox
      Published :2019-01-10T08:02:29+00:00

    1 thought on “Gorge: Pure Slush Vol. 4

    1. I like the concept, even if the execution is a bit rough in spots. There's a good mix of introducing new characters and developing familiar characters from chapter to chapter. Some of the stories work well as stand-alone pieces, others merely function to move the larger story along. Sexy in places, humorous in others, and sad as well.I think it would have worked better with half the stories / authors and double the length of each story. As it is, it seemed too many times the author was going for [...]

    2. There's plenty of "novels in stories" around these days--Junot Diaz's This Is How You Lose Her comes to mind--but this one has a unique edge: the voices of the multiple (33!) writers, which--and kudos to the editor for this--have been left intact. How do 33 voices tell a single story? The short answer is they don't--*gorge* is as rich in story lines as it is in characters. But here's the thing: instead of the cacophony of a Sunday afternoon in a Mexican town zócalo, the result here is eloquent. [...]

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