The irreversible decline of Eddie Socket: a novel

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Harper Perennial, 1991 - Fiction - 277 pages
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A young homosexual with an uncertain future discovers that he has contracted AIDS after an affair with a dashing but unfeeling man and begins the painful process of coming to terms with his illness

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Review: Irreversible Decline of Eddie Socket

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A quick grab at the library and another gem discovered. Read full review

Review: The Irreversible Decline of Eddie Socket

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I read this book in two days. One of the most memorable novels I've read in a long time. I underlined dozens of phrases and pretty much all of 'Scenes from a Marriage'. So compelling. This novel should be back in print. Thanks, Mr. Weir. Read full review

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