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"The Summer Children" by Dot Hutchison
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It starts with Thomas, the narrator, arriving in NYC after graduating from college, and from there he instantly moves into a new apartment, sleeps with an old friend, and has an intimate encounter with a girl he’s just met. Then it just keeps going. His relationships are complicated and messy, but they also feel real. He starts dating Kelly pretty quickly (although there’s a funny scene where they make it “official”) and then most of the book is about them navigating their kinks and turn-ons along with the rest of their lives. They get into some pretty intense things (which I won’t spoil for you), and my favorite part is that they they do a really good job of talking through it all.
It doesn’t slow down until it’s done, and it’s a big finish. At the end, I felt the title was a great twist on everything inside. The disgusting part is more about being sexually graphic sometimes (okay, more than sometimes), it's often beautiful (sad even), and the morality, well, really depends on your perspective.
All in all, a very satisfying read.