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The third book in a series, Lust, and Wonder describes the author navigating through relationships in New York City. It focuses on the ups and downs of three of his relationships, in a style which has humor and tragedy both.
What makes this book stand out?
The characteristic pathos and humor deployed by the author, in a book where he tells every single detail of his love life; no holds barred.
Read it for
The author’s wacky take on love, lust, and relationships; with bare details in a way which is brutally honest and often self-deprecating.
Don't read it for
Lust and Wonder do not hold a candle to the author’s other works; Running with Scissors and Dry. Readers who have read the previous two books might find their patience running short with this book.