Book Review - Permanent Obscurity by Richard Perez

Saturday, July 3, 2010

Permanent Obscurity: Or a Cautionary Tale of Two Girls and Their Misadventures with Drugs, Pornography and Death by Richard Perez is not about gray area, it's two girls living in an all or nothing world. Still, it leaves me with the feeling that I should love it or hate it. Let's dig down past all that, the truth is I am supposed to hate it but I don't...

And I think that is exactly the point of this book and the multitudes of others like it in the world. The art of shock and awe, you want to turn away, put the book down and walk off but you are compelled through a natural even primal urge to flip to the next page and read on. Like racing cars and scaling cliffs this book is not for those who need quiet security in all they do. Permanent Obscurity is for those who like to live life a little closer to the edge.

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