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Dressing Stone: A Post-Postmodern Picaresque

Dressing Stone: A Post-Postmodern Picaresque By Scott Feero Dressing Stone A Post Postmodern Picaresque Facing a life altering trauma Craig Plummer the once renowned sculptor known as DeBris has an affair with a client s nanny the stunning Nina Brown He s tried everything and his new found lover

  • Title: Dressing Stone: A Post-Postmodern Picaresque
  • Author: Scott Feero
  • ISBN: 0716658066733421979924219799215388672564219799220042197992172748946213978172748946052018421979924219799215388672564219799242197992342197992882713365923697642197992342197992
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  • Dressing Stone: A Post-Postmodern Picaresque By Scott Feero

    Facing a life altering trauma, Craig Plummer, the once renowned sculptor known as DeBris, has an affair with a client s nanny, the stunning Nina Brown He s tried everything and his new found lover is game for anything.

    Drawing the artist out, his muse creates turmoil than either of the lovers bargained for He s married, for a start, and in the middle of a crazy job B

    Facing a life altering trauma, Craig Plummer, the once renowned sculptor known as DeBris, has an affair with a client s nanny, the stunning Nina Brown He s tried everything and his new found lover is game for anything.

    Drawing the artist out, his muse creates turmoil than either of the lovers bargained for He s married, for a start, and in the middle of a crazy job But the relationship becomes an obsession that sends the pair off on a quixotic road trip from Brooklyn to Seattle and straight into a confrontation with Nina s troubled past.

    The deceptively mature Nina has been sent away from Seattle by her parents to get her out from under the influence of her Grunge loving, drug addled friends

    Will Nina help resurrect the artist known as DeBris, or will she just be another millstone dragging him down

    Will the artist save the nanny or are they both doomed by the impulses they just cannot say no to

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    1. Steven G. on said:

      Can a creatively moribund, emotionally addled artist harboring shameful and tragic secrets enjoy life with a striving, never home, lawyer wife Currently working as a residential contractor for the denizens of early hipster Brooklyn, he resents having to grovel on the rock pile, and despises the poseurs of the New York art scene Finally, he casts off on a cross country road trip with a client s nanny, a deceivingly young, pill popping Kurt Cobain devotee of mind blowing sexy transformations.Alo C [...]

    2. Rong Donu on said:

      This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here It is one of the best book.This was an entertaining read, though it hit a little close to home I m an artist, although I don t thank God have DeBris level of problems, I know what it is to be creatively blocked It kept me reading because I wanted to know what was going to happen in the end I m not going to spoil the ending other than to say it took a twist towards the end that I did not see coming at all Overall, it [...]

    3. Daniela Brito on said:

      There are some very interesting and unique erotic scenes in the book, and what i enjoyed about it was that it is about art and love than the sex Indeed, about literature and love, about the words than about the sex I want to give it five stars, but I don t give anything five stars unless it is great literature And to quote the author regarding art, Only time can separate the vintage from the vinegar Maybe I ll revise this rating in the coming years

    4. Bappa Bhakta on said:

      This is a very unique story.I would like to read such kind of stories.But it held my interest, and I actually enjoyed even the odd transgressive moments that made me blanche.I felt at times the author, a male, really does understood what it means to be a woman from the adoration to the harassment to the outright abuse Overall, a good written read.Thank you.

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