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This wonderfully accessible, articulate yet highly-styled novel puts Mz.
There isn't much vampire-ness to the story which was a little disappointing and the story is so abstract that it is hard to follow along.
I keep thinking I am going to stop reading it, but I hate to think I just totally wasted my money.
This book was seriously weird, but not in a good way. The writing was OK, but I couldn't get into the book and would skip 20 pages and start reading and it didn't seem to change.Published 5 months ago by Susie Nichols
This book was on a list of mind bending novels that I read a review of, as well as a 2010 best of NPR article, and when I received a complimentary copy of it I was excited to read... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Garrett Zecker
I am usually a fan of pretty abstract narrative, but this was just too far for me. I never finished it, and I ended up selling it back for about half price, so it was not a total... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stephen Lazaro
What a bunch of garbage. I understand magical realism. I understand stream of consciousness. This seems less like a book and more like a really long slam poem. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Brandon Barbee
I made it until I had only 50 pages left before I gave up on this pretentious rambling nonsense. Usually, even in the most experimental novels, there will be a moment when the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by sortilegus
This is not the type of novel that says, "come here, sit on my lap, and let me tell you a story." I can imagine I found the manuscript under Krilanovich's mattress, hidden like a... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Steven Barritz
The Orange Eats Creeps has caused quite a stir in the publishing world. Sometimes it wins or almost wins awards, and other times it makes people want to burn it so they feel... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Melanie Page
overglorifying - overglamorizing - I found this book a bit too childish and really a book that said nothing mostly ... except constant hails to ignorance ... Read morePublished on September 26, 2012 by Echezona Udeze
I reread The Orange Eats Creep a second time because honestly I didn't like it the first time through, there was so much going on, the style unique, and I felt lost or as if I had... Read morePublished on September 24, 2012 by Samuel Moss