John Graham Graham itibaren Texas
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When a psychopath named Samson Thataway and his gang, the Fuming Garcias, ride into Dreamfield, Indiana, it means trouble for the small town. During an orgy of rape and murder, they made two mistakes: they raped and murdered Felix Soandso's wife, and they left Felix alive... Peckinpah is an absurdist tribute to the films of Sam Peckinpah. While my summary makes it seem like a fairly standard revenge tale, it's not. It's so weird that even though it was less than 110 pages, I couldn't have taken much more. Peckinpah seems to take place in the same world as DHW's SciKungFi trilogy. Amerika was mentioned a few times, as were the goat-headed men. Since the book was a tribute to Peckinpah films, I knew how it would end but it was still fun getting there. That's about all I can articulate about Peckinpah right now. It's slightly less weird than Dr. Identity and way less weird than Codename Prague. It's an enjoyable little book and a good way to spend a couple hours.
just to clarify, this book is something i would never pick up. i do not read boo-hoo, woe is me, self-help books. one of my customers is going through a nasty divorce and felt compelled to give me this book and, given the fact that i see this individual several times a week, i in return felt obligated to read it. surprisingly, it's not the worst thing i've ever read. the author is far more avant-garde than i, which was a little bit of a turnoff at first, but still - it's an inviting read. recently, i've been making a conscious effort to take, or create as the case may be, the most "positive" i can from all situations, good or bad. this book has helped me to maintain that awareness.
Hey family, this book is Grandma Webber's friend. I read it and really enjoyed it. You should check it out.