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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Review: I Pass Like NightUser Review - Bryan Cebulski - Goodreads
Solitude in New York City during the generation of AIDS. The underground of sexual depravity and wretched introverts. Porn theaters full of men seeking euphoria no woman will give them, riverside ... Read full review
Review: I Pass Like NightUser Review - Andy Cano - Goodreads
The novel left me with an unsettling feeling every time I put it down. While there were moments of undeniable truth and honesty, the attempt felt too contrived. It's obvious Ames draws from Bukowski and Hemingway, but falls way short of such articulation. Read full review