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Bongwater
Bongwater
Author: Michael Hornburg
A first novel, by a writer-musician, about a group of young, rebellious and vulnerable characters living in Portland, Oregon. The main characters are David, a failed filmmaker; the flamboyant gay couple who take him in; his beautiful roommate who flees to the East Village; and a young stripper named Mary. — Publishers Weekly — Set in coffee-clutte...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780802134561
ISBN-10: 0802134564
Pages: 208
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Publisher: Grove Press
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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The literary equivalent of a Gus Van Sant movie. Stilted, dry, boring. The sex is uninspired, the dialogue ridiculous the plot non existent. I'd rather drink actual bong water than read anything else by this guy.
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Perfect for anyone who ever wore flannel in July, sang along with Courtney Love, or ran over their Doc Martens while smoking a clove. The mid-90's in one grungy package.


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