Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Exterminator by William S. Burroughs Review

I decided to do something a little different this time around. I decided to start reviewing some of the interesting books I've been reading in the past few months. So lets start with this one...

Exterminator by William S Burroughs

 William Burroughs needs no introduction, but for anyone who hasn't heard of this eccentric writer, here are a few fun facts to get you started. The short story collection, Masquerade of the Bizarre, is both surreal and twisted. Burroughs manages to capture the reader with his cut up style of writing, and captivating, insightful messages, that are caught up in the charade of madness! With an array of stories ranging from conspiracies, drug abuse, and racism, there's never a dull moment in this book. A lot of the stories seem to intertwine with some of the same characters, and some are even continuations of the previous stories. This is an experimental work and may not be appreciated by everyone, but it’s definitely something worth checking out.

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