Sloth Have You Ever Tried To Convince Someone You Weren T Crazy So Begins The Seduction Journal Of The Unnamed Narrator Of Sloth It S Not A Mere Hypothetical Because He S Fallen In Love With A TV Exercise Girl Named Holly Servant He Must Convince Her Of His Sanity From Afar If He S Ever To Woo Her In The Flesh But How Can He Win Her Heart When He S A Waiter That Is, A Man Who Waits In Long Lines For A Living How Can He Cut The Line To Her Affections Women Like Holly Don T Date The Likes Of Him So He Assumes The Identity Of His Friend Zezel, A Former Newspaper Columnist Who Once Wrote Under The Pen Name Mark Goldblatt But In This Satire Of Postmodernism, Which Is Also A Postmodern Satire, Nothing Is What It Seems Does Holly Actually Exist, Or Is She A Figment Of The Narrator S Imagination Does Zezel Actually Exist, Or Is He An Alter Ego Who Takes Over The Narrator S Journal Does The Narrator Have A Name, Or Is He Just An Excuse To Ask Questions And Who S Writing This Cover Copy, Come To Think Of It Nothing Of The Sort Concerns Detective Lacuna He Only Wants To Know Who Murdered The Male Prostitute Who Used To Cruise For Tricks Out Down The Block From The Narrator S Apartment Sloth Is A Timeless Love Story With A Rim Shot Core, A Pulse Quickening Mystery Wrapped In Knish Skin You Ll Never Look At Your Reflection The Same Way After You Ve Read It

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Sloth book, this is one of the most wanted Mark Goldblatt author readers around the world.

[BOOKS] ⚡ Sloth  By Mark Goldblatt –
  • Paperback
  • 178 pages
  • Sloth
  • Mark Goldblatt
  • English
  • 12 August 2019
  • 9780975976067

15 thoughts on “Sloth

  1. says:

    Sounds postmodernly satirical.

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