Nasim Arafat Arafat de Bodwal Bazar, Uttar Pradesh , India
ce livre m'a vraiment secoué. je souhaite que j'ai connu gary dans la vraie vie. sa vie, sa poésie et sa prose, son courage d'écrire et de parler sont vraiment inspirants. les thèmes de l'isolement, du moi multiple, des préjugés intériorisés, de la maladie, tous sont abordés dans cette lecture.
Meh. There wasn't really a plot to the story. I mean, after the Killing Dance there has been a lot of sex in the Anita Blake series but they were still interesting, with twists, long stories, full of characters, fighting, shooting... this story was just dumb. The only reason it even got an OK from me was because i haven't read an Anita Blake novel in so long that I was just happy to get my hands on another one. I hope Danse Macabre is better.
I don't know why I wanted to read this or what I thought it would tell me. I don't know what exactly it taught me. But I did find it very interesting what Cook chose to cover, like an entire chapter on music and gender, notes on solipsism and critical theory, and debates on what makes the canon. Not the most riveting read, but at times a good one.