I definitely support his inclusion in that list: a true original voice, far
dinstinct from general output. A sense of style far removed from normal
canons of the genre. Every line forebodes an atmosphere of doom, of
Just like Étienne says: ³one of the best noir author of the décade²...
I have no idea why somebody would link him to Ellroy. Not at all the same
premisces or same vision of the world, or the same reason for writing...two
different worlds...each one interesting in its own way.
On 11/11/09 6:11 AM, "E. Borgers" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I think it is necessary to include David Peace in that list: one of the best
> noir author of the décade. And not a follower of Ellroy as some just reduced
> him. Far from it.
> His Yokshire cycle is one of the best noir saga conceived, ever.
> And the rest of his works is way above the current noir production of these
> last years; even his book on a UKsoccer coach is something of first value (ans
> I hate soccer...), bleak, haunting and feverish. His present afterwar Japan
> trilogy is also something you cannot miss if you like noir and writing of high
> Polar Noir
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