Pryor Rendering

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Plume, Apr 1, 1997 - Fiction - 280 pages
3 Reviews
A dazzling tale of one young man's emotional and sexual awakening in a small Oklahoma town--"colorful, rich . . . a near perfect tale, and a compelling alternative to the spate of gay epics that have lately inundated readers" ("Kirkus Review").

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Review: Pryor Rendering: A Novel

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The book was really well written, though some of the dialogue felt a little forced, and the narrator seemed like he had a pen in one hand and a thesaurus in the other. The ending was disappointing, but I couldn't have suggested a better one, so I'll leave it at that. Read full review

Review: Pryor Rendering: A Novel

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I really loved this novel: its Oklahoma setting (seems highly authentic to this old Okie); its deliciously slow pace (hard to pull off these days); and its lead character, nothing less than a gay ... Read full review


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About the author (1997)

Gary Reed was the publisher of Caliber Press, a specialty publisher of comics and books that released 1,500 issues in the 1990s. In addition to serving as President of Caliber, Gary was also publisher of Stabur Graphics and Vice President of McFarlane Toys during the inaugural launch of that company. He has written over 200 comics and books, including Baker Street, Renfield, Saint Germaine, Raven Chronicles, and others.

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