DOUGLAS LAIN's short fiction has appeared in many magazines and journals here and abroad. Since 2009, he has produced the weekly podcast Diet Soap, interviewing a wide range of fascinating, engaging people with insights for the new millennium: philosophers, mystics, economists, and a diverse group of fiction writers. He lives in Portland, Oregon, with his wife and children.
It should be shelved under "literature and fiction" because the people who go to the science fiction and fantasy section are not looking for a book like this, though some... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Will Shetterly
Christopher Robin Milne has spent a lifetime distancing himself from the childhood his father wrote into the Winnie the Pooh stories. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Christina Paige
Confusing, difficult to follow, hard to understand, not enjoyable, too much work to read. Would not recommend this book to anyone.Published 13 months ago by Julie Lanning Stokes
Douglas Lain is a Portland, Oregon writer and podcaster ("Diet Soap" podcast) and quondam philosopher with a wide range of interests. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Simon Simple
I am shocked that I actually read this book. I kept reading thinking that finally something would make sense to me. It never did. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Anonymous
Billy Moon is an extraordinary novel; exploring the ideas of individual identity, freedom and society through the characters of Christopher Robin Milne as a grown man, Gerrard – a... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Alyson Baker
I liked this book from the moment I saw it.A beautiful cover with a synopsis to draw me in.
I was let down though.
As I read, I often got frustrated. Read more
Do not waste your money on this ridiculous, pompous, and terribly depressing book. Just don't. I find it so hard to believe it was even published.Published 18 months ago by Lisa T. Lee