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 nighttime landscape of chance and danger, excitement and reinvention in the city's erotic underworld. Walking a tightrope between sexual desire and self-extinction, Alexander Vine charts his destructive course -- and his struggle for redemption -- with startling, unadorned clarity.
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Dark, seamy, steamy, and utterly effective at evoking the sordid grime of Old, Taxi Driver New York. Confessional and at once raw and guarded, it's not the most comfortable read, but, God, it's rich and wounded and human. A litany of vices with a heart. Read full review