"Art and arson, the poetry of D. H. Lawrence and pulp pornography, hero-worship and sexual debasement, totems and taboos - out of narrative elements like these National Book Award-winner Joyce Carol Oates contrives a startling, suspenseful tale that turns a sunny idyll of New England campus life into a lurid nightmare."
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Review: BeastsUser Review - April - Goodreads
I started this book and got to chapter 6, had to pick it up later but finished it in a few hours. it was a quick read but very good. Read full review
Review: BeastsUser Review - Quentin - Goodreads
A good book, no more and no less. Everything was in place, the story was interesting and well written, the characters were well described. Still it seemed a bit too easy, even vain. This is not the kind of book you'll remember. Read full review