Strange Flesh

Strange Flesh

Book - 2012
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Harvard drop-out and computer hacker James Pryce is hired by his ex-girlfriend, Blythe, to find her brother Billy, a billionaire multimedia artist. To find him, James must enter the alternative reality game that Billy created.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 2012.
Edition: First Simon and Schuster hardcover edition.
ISBN: 9781451627572
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: 400 pages ; 24 cm


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Investigating the sudden death of a gifted young woman, elite RedRook Security hacker James Pryce experiences an unexpected resurgence of his passions when the love of his life, Blythe, hires him to investigate the disappearance of her billionaire multimedia artist brother into a high-stakes virt... Read More »

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Jul 30, 2012

There's a *lot* of *very kinky* sex between outright sociopaths and borderline sociopaths in this novel.

And yes, the characters are indeed overly impressed with themselves and their Harvard degrees.

Jul 28, 2012

[Anyone who considers the banal and pedestrian sex in this book to be kinky surely doesn't get out much?]

What a pointless fictional endeavor. Sociopathic or borderline sociopathic characters, none of whom inspire interest.

If the author's bio didn't mention he was a Harvard grad, I would have guessed either Harvard or MIT --- evey Harvard grad I've come in contact with over the past 30 years fits the sociopathic mold: amoral, completely lacking in basic ethics, etc.

Silly, silly story, evidently the author is enamored with predatory capitalism as he is equally enamored with Harvard as a "meritocracy" --- last article I read on someone receiving an academic scholarship from Harvard, she confessed she had no idea where the college was located, thought it might be in California!!!!


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