The Hawkline Monster
Publish date: May 3rd 1981
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 188
Edition language: English
Brautigan indolently saunters his way through this wonderfully playful novella like a mischievous puck. Love this:The voyage from San Francisco to Hawaii had been the most terrifying experience Greer and Cameron had ever gone through, even more terrible than the time they shot a deputy sheriff in Id...
a phenomenal book i keep carrying around with me and dipping into over and over again. i read it twice the first time i read it which is always the hallmark of my great favourites.the simple story really sort of sketches in a lovely series of scenes that play out in a matter of fact way that always ...
I grabbed this one because it said Gothic Western on the cover. It was a really odd one. The writing is simplistic but has a bit of a hypnotic quality. I'll read more Brautigan if I happen across them.
This may be insane, but this book gave me nightmares. This is entirely out of scale with the tone of this thing, which is one of those 70s cheeky monkey deals about genre and whatnot. But. I have some serious issues with threats to autonomy, the kind one can find in Through the Looking Glass and sim...