"Typical Harrison: familiar, high-flown, and fleeting, with equal parts fine writing, weak plotting, compelling vision, comic antics, and locker-room anecdotes. The real point, from the man himself: 'The danger of civilization, of course, is that you will piss away your life on nonsense.'"
Another trio of novellas from Harrison (Julip
, 1994, etc.) that, to varying degrees of success, revisits themes and characters from earlier work.
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