"Tosches would have us believe that he is Orson Welles, writing badly for dough and well for posterity. But Little, Brown promises only that it will be 'the most talked-about book of the decade.' No wonder he's pissed."
From cultural critic and occasional novelist Tosches (Where Dead Voices Gather
, 2001, etc.), a personal Commedia
of errors that may not be the book of the millennium he aims for.
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