So, here I am after reading his latest, and in all honesty he is a good writer, albeit, saying the f bomb at any opportunity he can. And then in the middle of the story lines all of this useless but some quite not so sure they are true facts about Los Angeles. The stories are well written, in which he was resembled to another famous author Norman Mailer.
I think in all honesty, if he had left out the bits of interesting and not so interesting facts about L.A. it would have been a better read, instead of being thrown off point. It was an easy read, I started it yesterday, and finished it 5 minutes ago literally.
To a person who has had drug addiction in their lives, at times it felt as though he was on a rant and being excessive at times … you know a dry drunk or whatever you wanted to call it.
I am not so sure that I will ever be able to read anything of his in the future without that black cloud of suspicion that clouded him after his first novel.
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