With DOG DAYS, Gene Gregorits begins the saga of Gene Gregorits, a psychologically obliterated alcoholic whose downward spiral takes him from the. Gene Gregorits is the greatest, truest writer you never heard of, unless you “ disintegration comedy” Dog Days, is beyond my comprehension. : DOG DAYS Volume Two: Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or.
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This sloppy, tired trash mirrors the now-talent-free he used to be interesting, but his muse has long since left him author’s real life, of which this is ostensibly a rape and sleaze confessional literature travelogue. I had never read Gene. If you like books about nasty self-loathing misogynists whose prime motivations in life seem to be serial anal rape of hipsters, drinking, cutting off their ears, and hating dogs, then by all means read this drivel. On the flip side, Pop Culture interests have the potential to be worn only as badges of hipster rank rather than appreciated for their philosophies, their true purpose as entheta.
Something we all have as a child and then grow up and lose. Mar 20, Sarah Peters rated it it was amazing.
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Gene is the devil within each of us, let loose upon the world to unleash equal misery upon us all. I dwell in a basement, so one would think that dyas medium is the only form of human contact I have- nothing could be further from genee truth.
He finds the city he once escaped now reduced to a “necropolis,” a bland, bleak landscape haunted by hipster ghosts, psychic vampire literary agents, drug-hungry ghouls, orgy-fueled sex fiends, and a parading horde of Christmas shopping zombies.
Book ratings by Goodreads. Diana rated it liked it Mar 08, Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Gene Gregorits doesn’t have to try, he’s a natural born writer. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. Gene Gregorits is a goon. Gregorits is a stunningly wonderful writer. But who are artists but dysfunctional people who can effectively document and articulate their dysfunction?
His novels have running themes of poverty, sexual deviance, trauma, mental illness, violence, multi-substance abuse, homelessness, and death. It is the elusive stuff that we vaguely recognize about ourselves. All of us are excess population, why pretend otherwise? Shane rated it it was amazing Oct 16, I think these people are able to see and feel the world more intensely – they feel and experience harder. I loved Dog Days.
Gene Gregorits has made the most of it, in terms of documenting his daye personal adventures. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of The phrase ‘dark underbelly’ is not sufficient to describe the Dantean depths of his depravity.
He keeps building towards going to kill the pitbull mentioning the same part about buying stuff gregortis kill the dog twice, because he has no concept of proofreading or gregoriys Also, anyone who uses facebook is a means to muse about something more than just the newest crises or television gaffe is also to be applauded.
Buy this book you will be surprised. There is simply no one else writing today in American letters who even comes close to what this man is doing.
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No trivia or quizzes yet. I let the fact that this guy was doing drugs says getting drunk on my dime interfere with my review of his book. Jun 18, Helen added it. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Volume One Volume 1.
If Dog Days is among them for you, then you know that it has done its job. Nov 03, Tage Savage rated it it was amazing.
It is in such true language, that it feels like he is telling you the story and you can hear his voice. Ryan O’Guinn rated it really liked it Aug 23, May 21, Jordan Gibbons rated it it was amazing.
I believe that if the personal is political, then neurosis can be used as a platform. Every new generation is lazier and more prone to that kind of infantilism which is born of arrogance and entitlement than the one before it, and being a solitary sort, infused with grfgorits father’s stubborn Depression-era sensibilities since childhood, I not only understood his feelings, I actually embraced them as my own. To fall into the model of any profession is to be dishonest.