From: Mark Sullivan ( DJ-Anonyme@webtv.net)
Date: 29 Nov 2000

I saw a full-page ad for "Snow" by Michael Rappaport in a music magazine today. It looks like it is probably either kinda cool or really gimmicky and terrible. Has anyone read it?

Here's the book's description:

Set in the underground dance culture of modern Los Angeles, Snow is a dark, brooding fairytale of a techno-drenched, da-glo world gone wrong for its hero and heroine - the shellshocked, opium-addicted private eye and the pale, strangely familiar dark-haired girl he follows through a world of clubs, coffeehouses, strip bars and raves. Something in her is linked to a past he feels but cannot remember. Slowly he begins to uncover the mystery... But sometimes old stories are better left unknown. Part Snow White, part hardboiled detective novel, all trance-inducing hyperliterature, Snow is a densely atmospheric novel of hypnotic rhythms, ultravivid images and droning ambient moods.

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