Greasy Lake and Other Stories
Mythic and realistic, farcical and tragic, The Washington Post Book World says these masterful stories mark T. Coraghessan Boyle's development from "a prodigy's audacity to something that packs even more of a wallop: mature artistry." They cover everything, from a terrifying encounter between a bunch of suburban adolescents and a murderous, drug-dealing biker, to a touching though doomed love affair between Eisenhower and Nina Khruschev.
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Another great collection of Boyle's stories. His second collection. There is so much detail in each page, three pages feels like enough words for ten pages. Each sentence is so perfectly crafted to ... Read full review
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