THis is the most disturbing book I have ever read. Also it is the most fascinating book I have ever read. I recommend it to anyone with the stomach to take it.
>>By marj (Sunday, 13 Apr 2003 00:23)
any book that has characters such as a mother that willingly ingests drugs during pregnancy and a father that assists with gusto all in an effort to breed their own circus "freakshow" is A-OK with me.
A truely original and demented vision.
The sort of book that when you get close to the end you wish their where a chapter or two still to come.
>>By Helmet (Friday, 20 Feb 2004 01:19)
I have heard that in all of history, there are only seven stories ever told and that they keep repeating with the settings and characters in a state of flux.
This book is outside those stories.
I get excited every time i give it to a new friend to read.
>>By randominofect (Saturday, 28 Feb 2004 20:44)
dunn's morality is real, not skewed by so-called convention and tradition. "Geek Love" is like the sweet smell of your own pleasurable dump at the opera in the theater shitter during intermission while listening to a grotesque smelly and painful bowel movement in the stall next to you, and, at the same time, like the intense smell in the middle of a field of gardenias. ask yourself while reading - what, who, how is really normal . . . can you be truly comfortable with who you really are in reality. Why reality - you exist, and it isn't your fault; so, make the best of it... (soft asshole smile ;)
>>By iphybinski (Thursday, 18 Mar 2004 15:46)
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