The beauty of men: a novel
Lark's mourning over the loss of his youth and of friends and acquaintances, his visits to his dying mother, and his actual and remembered visits to boat docks and baths comprise a narrative of loneliness, aging, and obsessive desire. By the author of Dancer from the Dance. Tour.
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Review: The Beauty of MenUser Review - Goodreads
Anything Holleran writes is pretty much sacred to me. An achingly beautiful novel with prose that practically sings.
Review: The Beauty of MenUser Review - Fiona Pearse - Goodreads
I loved this bleak story of loneliness. So cleverly written. I'm afraid it only goes in one direction though so be prepared to feel melancholy! As often when I choose a book, I was intrigued by a ... Read full review