Ron, thanks. Barnes and Noble agrees with you:
As do most of the early reviews.
--- In email@example.com, "Ron Clinton" <clinton65@...> wrote:
> I read PARIAH yesterday, and I have to say it was an *incredible* read. I
> read it over the span of one afternoon -- something time and my choice of
> books have rarely afforded me the opportunity and desire, respectively, to
> do recently. It's simply been quite some time since a book has grabbed me
> in the way PARIAH did. The ol' I-couldn�t-put-it-down saying isn't always
> clich�d nonsense; this is compelling, compulsive, white-hot reading. I'm a
> big fan of Dave's work, but even to me PARIAH seemed a significant leap
> forward for him. Yes, there were a few points that were a bit over-the-top,
> but that's just part and parcel of Dave's work; they certainly didn't
> detract from the book. In fact, because of the "manuscript" format of this
> particular work, such outlandish, boastful points did not at all seem out of
> I'm placing this one in my Top Reads of the Year list.
> Ron C.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
> > Behalf Of davezeltserman
> > Sent: Sunday, October 18, 2009 11:24 AM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: RARA-AVIS: for fellow rara-avians in the Boston area this
> > I'm going to be reading from Pariah, which is the second in my 'man out of
> > noir trilogy being published by Serpent's Tail, Thursday night at 7:30 at
> Back Page
> > Books in Waltham. This is a very cool bookstore, one of my favorites in
> the Boston
> > area.
> > Also, on the 26th I'll be doing a reading in New York at the Telephone Bar
> & Grill
> > which is somewhere in the lower village.
> > --Dave Zeltserman
> > http://www.davezeltserman.com
> > ------------------------------------
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