Originally Posted by vta
I read that book too and was disappointed. His work ranges from creative and interesting (Koko and Ghost Story), to atrocious (Floating Dragon) to flat out boring, (In the Night Room; Lost Boy, Lost Girl).
It's no problem. I wasn't cursing your name as I read it. I always appreciate getting recommendations.
I'll try Koko and Ghost Story.
By the end of Lost Boy, Lost Girl, my only emotion was anger over the Lost Boy's inability to employ decent grammar and spelling in his emails.
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