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  • By Devon Kappa
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Like a frat boy doing a monkey dance" There is no reason to assume that Steve Sommers was a self-important twerp in college. After all, this is fiction. From the other goings-on in the novel, I doubt that this is a reality-based roman à clef. But I have to give credit: Gary Gates (or, as the "King of the World" calls him, General Monkey Dance) is an all too believable obnoxious frat boy protagonist. Happily, the results are consistently entertaining. Gary may be insufferable, but his egocentric narration perfectly complements the bizarre scenario. On the one hand, we never care much about Gary as a person. He often causes his own problems, and at times crosses the line from obnoxious to outright loathsome. But on the other, his tart recital lends the proper bitterness to a tale that otherwise would deflate under the weight of its own essential silliness. Indeed, reading Rexroi is a bit like watching an inebriated frat boy perform a monkey dance on a ledge:... More > a bit uncomfortable for the audience, but also quite amusing if you're in the right mood, and, perhaps against your better judgment, impossible to turn away from.< Less
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Product Details

Publisher
Steven Sommers
Published
January 10, 2009
Language
English
Pages
281
Binding
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
Weight
1.06 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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