Cannibals by Dan Collins

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Unique and highly erotic, Cannibals is a novel of eighty-eight bulletins that reveal the fractured essence of our age. Characters wallow in bad jokes and bad sex, and trade happiness and pain as we enter their lives and then abruptly leave again, seemingly at random.

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Dan Collins is the author of the novel, How It Ends. He lives and writes in County Cork, Ireland.
Published December 15, 2010 by Vintage Digital. 176 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Among the longer is the title piece, in which David, a cabinet minister, seems at first to be getting serviced orally by Lorraine, a girl who works for David and wants to marry him and have babies, while David wants only immediate gratification and so spins endless justifications around Lorraine,...

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