|Dreamers Of The Day|
by Jon A. Gored
|What the reviewers said:
Lyrical, humorous, baffling, menacing, sexy - this manís books are none of these things and yet all of them!
One detects clear influences from current fancies and the authorís non-sequiturial mood swings are a persuasive argument for higher standards of quality control.
Rock aní Roll!! The guyís been where itís at for far too long and it looks like heís lucky to survive. Catch him while you can - Iíd bet he ainít long for this life.
I was taken, in particular, by the cunning deception in the illustrations. The author offers enlightenment with one hand while concealing it with the other.
Riding for a fall and heading for a particularly steep one.
... beneath contempt ...
Provocative, unexpurgated, atonal, exploring a magical reality - this manís books are none of these... Oh, the hell with it!
... his deft use of prose is often concealed by deliberately crass structural devices. One can have few complaints when oneís analytical work is aided to such a great extent by the willing co-operation of an enlightened author.
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