D*U*C*K: A Tale of Men, Birds, and One's Purpose in Life

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Subterranean Press, 2006 - Fiction - 132 pages
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What if hurricane Katrina never reached New Orleans? With this touch of alternative history as a backdrop, Brite's series featuring master chefs Rickey and G-Man takes a more ruminative turn. This time the gay duo is struggling to prepare a banquet of wild duck for the Louisiana branch of Ducks Unlimited. The real core of the book, though, is surprisingly philosophical, as Brite reflects perceptively on how we become who we are.

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User Review  - KaterinaBead - LibraryThing

This felt to me like the author's sweet snapshot of beloved characters existing in a world where all is wonderfully normal because Hurricane Katrina never destroyed New Orleans. They don't do much in the story, but that's OK when the reader enjoys spending time with the characters. Read full review

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User Review  - smurfwreck - LibraryThing

The most frequent comment I've read of the novel is that it's a "coming of age tale of two young boys". The phrase makes me laugh a little, mostly because I feel the characters of the book, John ... Read full review


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