Strange Flesh

Strange Flesh

Book - 2012
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Harvard drop-out and computer hacker James Pryce is hired by his ex-girlfriend, Blythe, to find her brother Billy, a billionaire multimedia artist. To find him, James must enter the alternative reality game created by Billy.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 2012
Edition: 1st Simon & Schuster hardcover ed
ISBN: 9781451627572
1451627572
1451627580
9781451627589
Branch Call Number: FICTION OLSON MICHAEL
Characteristics: 400 p. ; 24 cm

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zogkarndon
Jul 30, 2012

There's a *lot* of *very kinky* sex between outright sociopaths and borderline sociopaths in this novel.

And yes, the characters are indeed overly impressed with themselves and their Harvard degrees.

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StarGladiator
Jul 28, 2012

[Anyone who considers the banal and pedestrian sex in this book to be kinky surely doesn't get out much?]

What a pointless fictional endeavor. Sociopathic or borderline sociopathic characters, none of whom inspire interest.

If the author's bio didn't mention he was a Harvard grad, I would have guessed either Harvard or MIT --- evey Harvard grad I've come in contact with over the past 30 years fits the sociopathic mold: amoral, completely lacking in basic ethics, etc.

Silly, silly story, evidently the author is enamored with predatory capitalism as he is equally enamored with Harvard as a "meritocracy" --- last article I read on someone receiving an academic scholarship from Harvard, she confessed she had no idea where the college was located, thought it might be in California!!!!

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