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Necrophilia Variations Paperback – January 1, 2006
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Admittedly, with it's intimate investigation into the connections between eroticism and death I don't see it sitting well with most of the public. The short stories can be confronting, but I never found the work vulgar or grotesque.
Read this with your mind turned inward and you will be surprised, and maybe a little disgusted.
That's the fun of self discovery. Sometimes it's not fun at all.
I almost feel bad for having submitted such a badly written review. Oh well.
This book seems to have generated a surprsing amount of publicity about the internet but have a look around, there are plenty of more deserving works wallowing in obscurity.
who (or what) Supervert is and does. Dressed in a tux, it pops out in the retina of
even the most casual of observers as my reading session on a park bench quickly confirmed
The textured black paper that reminds me of the charred walls of Saint Andrew's cave (or the dried skin of a
mummy) is actually the dust cover protecting the white paper back. It is destined for a rich patina (just like a black paint Leica) with white edges and dusty textures starting to show. Similar to the subject matter this book needs to be fondled with care.
Inside my suspicions are confirmed when it is revealed that every aspect is under the creative shade of
Supervert. And he needs to be applauded for such an effort. The paper is top notch with a thick ivory color,
texture, vertical watermarks and a beautiful compact typeface, a bit small for my liking, but I guess one has
to strain a bit for the privilege of reading NV.
I don't usually dwell on the way literature is presented but this is one instance when it is as much a part of
the monograph as the stories themselves and it needs to be said that, while this book may serve a lot of
purposes, a high profit margin at the expense of artistic vision isn't one of them.
So what is it?
Well a simple answer would be: 32 stories revolving around "death|desire|deviance" but also
isolation,desperation,joy,acceptance,loss,fulfillment, the immoral and amoral with an esoteric , sometimes
philosophical approach and a healthy dose of black (and almost every other kind of..) humor
Those looking for a mindless gore-fest that might be attracted by the bold title will be partially
disappointed.Read more ›
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It's a good book if you're not interested in a long overarching plots. A great read for the plane.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I really enjoyed this book.
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I don't have time to write a real review but I definitely would recommend it to anyone who likes surrealistic erotica, or just a good dark-humor laugh.Published on July 11, 2013 by Rebekah MacLaren