[EPUB] (I Pass Like Night)


  • Paperback
  • 176
  • I Pass Like Night
  • Jonathan Ames
  • English
  • 24 September 2019
  • 9780671034269

Jonathan Ames ã 6 review

review ë I Pass Like Night 106 characters I Pass Like Night Desire and self extinction Alexander Vine charts his destructive course and his struggle for redemption with startling unadorned clari. Good story but not something to read if you re depressed or sad This is not a cheerful tale Unable to love anyone except one special person revealed at the end Alex finds himself fascinated by female prostitutes uick gay hook ups and possessed with a certain admiration for the drunk and the homeless living in New York City in the late 80s This is not a novel in the true sense of the word but of a collection of vignettes each one offering a uick glimpse into the void and pain that this man is experiencing At first I was uncertain whether this story would really hold my attention but it did Alex is not someone you find yourself rooting for or for whom you have any admiration Instead you only feel pity

Free download ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ã Jonathan Ames

I Pass Like Night

review ë I Pass Like Night 106 characters I Pass Like Night Nighttime landscape of chance and danger excitement and reinvention in the city's erotic underworld Walking a tightrope between sexual. Self indulgent and boring It is as though the author s pleasure lies in making his reader uncomfortable Worse he is a storyteller not a writer No plot crisis or resolution follows

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review ë I Pass Like Night 106 characters I Pass Like Night When Alexander Vine finishes his work day he leaves his post as a doorman at Manhattan's exclusive Four Seasons restaurant and enters a. Nearly a decade ago I was talking to a friend about the film Trainspotting and I wondered how different the book was She said she loved Irvine Welsh and lent me his short story collection Acid House I barely got through it and returned it with a teeth clenching thanks The content bothered me in the same way the Maruis de Sade did recently It was not just shock value perversion it was aimlessly vile and ugly I might even call it evil but not in the puritanical sense in the humane sense I don t mind tagging along with a character that s doing degrading things but there must be a reason within the plotThis brings me to Ames I Pass Like Night which I believe from some reviews is considered profane and e


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    characters I Pass Like Night Jonathan Ames ã 6 review Free download ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ã Jonathan Ames A bisexual man documents his sordid sexual escapades with rando hookups and prostitutes in ‘80s New York I Pass Like Night is Jonathan Ames’ first novel and it certainly reads like it The short tenuously connected chapters certai

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    [EPUB] (I Pass Like Night) If I'd read this book back in the 90's when I was in my twenties I probably would have liked but not loved it Or maybe it didn't age very well and the charm has disappeared like the neighborhoods this book takes pl

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    Free download ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ã Jonathan Ames Jonathan Ames ã 6 review characters I Pass Like Night Solitude in New York City during the generation of AIDS The underground of sexual depravity and wretched introverts Porn theaters full of men seeking euphoria no woman will give them riverside bonfires where bums drink away their ro

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    characters I Pass Like Night [EPUB] (I Pass Like Night) Jonathan Ames ã 6 review Ames is one of those oft overlooked snarky male memoirists that I just can't get enough of In one of his novels and I can't remember which one it is because in my head they're all a big ball of awesome he just comes right out and says BTW I'm not a dead beat dad Here's the situation and my son and I are actually BFFs I love that Because I'm usually the one who stops reading and does math to figure out how old someone w

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    Jonathan Ames ã 6 review [EPUB] (I Pass Like Night) Self indulgent and boring It is as though the author's pleasure lies in making his reader uncomfortable Worse he is a sto

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    [EPUB] (I Pass Like Night) Free download ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ã Jonathan Ames Jonathan Ames ã 6 review I don't know I really really want to like Jonathan AmesI'm committed to liking him But I didn't love this Gonna t

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    [EPUB] (I Pass Like Night) Free download ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ã Jonathan Ames Jonathan Ames ã 6 review This is Jonathan Ames' debut novel and it is structured in a series of small vignettes like tiles on a mosaic that you need to step back from in order to see the whole picture It's an interesting style and one that Ames has continued to use but this being his first publication it is not the most well formed exampleThe story follows Alexander Vine who charts his life and sordid encounters in late 1980s NYC interspersed with his rec

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    characters I Pass Like Night [EPUB] (I Pass Like Night) Good story but not something to read if you're depressed or sad This is not a cheerful tale Unable to love anyone except one specia

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    [EPUB] (I Pass Like Night) Reminiscent of John Rechy's The City of Night with its clandestine sexual encounters in a city where everyone is hustling in one way or another but missing Rechy's rich prose I loved the stories of the prostitutes best but while Mr Ames's prose was almost powerful and poetic at times he never uite made it there especially with the interludes in italics Maybe there was too much of the protagonist pointing out what a despicable cha

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