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In the tradition of Douglas Adams and Tom Robbins, much of the book is given over to philosophic musings about the connection among all things: “…all physical sensation was overwhelmed by the fundamental vibration of being, shining like the sun and chiming like a chorus of nightingales as her sel...| Read Full Review of Nine Kinds of Naked
The underground success of Tony Vigorito’s self-published 2001 novel, Just a Couple of Days, established Vigorito as a master of contradiction.Apr 05 2009 | Read Full Review of Nine Kinds of Naked
Publisher: Mariner Books
Cult favorite Tony Vigorito invokes a kind of chaos theory in Nine Kinds of Naked that gleefully turns any expectation of time, space, or plot on its head.
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