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Fiction that reveals the gritty fringes of America by focusing on one OH small town. This collection of short stories tell the characters' struggle to free themselves from... Read morePublished 2 days ago by parlor of horror
An sick, twisted, incredibly-written book. The way Pollock captured a world so far from my own in a believable way captured my attention. Read morePublished 1 month ago by groovingaltitude
If these people exist then Darwinism doesn't work fast enough. I didn't like it very much - BUT - it reads well and the characterizations are string and well put together.Published 1 month ago by G. H. Goodwin
eccentric low-lifes in a rural setting brought to life in amazing detail.Published 1 month ago by gwyneplaine
I bought this in an actual bookstore. I purchased it because I grew up in similar surroundings. I thought it was grossly exaggerated and poorly written. I am glad Mr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Wendy Busby
Probably the sickest, most depraved and cringe filled book I've ever read. I read things in here I did not want to know people even thought about doing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by VirgilCane