Gascoyne

Gascoyne Meet Gascoyne a man who spends whole weeks in his car eating sleeping and conducting his business via mobile phone Gascoyne has found a new preoccupation hunting down the killer of his business ass

  • Title: Gascoyne
  • Author: Stanley Crawford
  • ISBN: 9781585677399
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Paperback
  • Meet Gascoyne, a man who spends whole weeks in his car, eating, sleeping and conducting his business via mobile phone Gascoyne has found a new preoccupation hunting down the killer of his business associate last seen slithering away from the crime scene in a tree sloth costume , and finding out how the southern California megalopolis has suddenly slipped out of his graspMeet Gascoyne, a man who spends whole weeks in his car, eating, sleeping and conducting his business via mobile phone Gascoyne has found a new preoccupation hunting down the killer of his business associate last seen slithering away from the crime scene in a tree sloth costume , and finding out how the southern California megalopolis has suddenly slipped out of his grasp.

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    • Ben Segal says:

      goofball citizen kane/freeway maximalism/thomas pynchon banging out mr magoo fan fiction for nanowrimo? That sounds maybe terrible, but this is great in this ridiculous exhaust(ing/ed) way that comes from seeing capitalism in its true form as the absurd merger of ever increasing greed and speed.

    • Stephen says:

      Instead of putting his anti-hero Gascoyne behind the wheel of a “Kaiser,” author Stanley Crawford might have made a clearer statement by opting for a “Rambler” instead. For ramble indeed is what the author's main character and first-person narrator does for 245 pages of “Gascoyne.” This is an elder scoundrel who pulls the strings via corruption in a metropolis hard to place on the map until the very end when we learn Gascoyne is leaving town for the desert. It's black comedy and Gasc [...]

    • Brent Legault says:

      Amateurishly written. Plotted by augery. Preoccupied with traffic. Choked with imaginary brand names. Did I say amateurishly written already? I did but it's worth saying again. And again. Or was it all pose and parody? Or did I just dream up this novel myself? It has that feel, you know, like it was nightsweated, like it oozed out of Crawford's pores.That's not to say that it was a waste of my time. I like any book that can genuinely surprise me. The whole opening was one long surprise. I kept t [...]

    • Maggie says:

      Would give it 3.5 stars if I could. Rounded up because of the unexpected entertainment and wacky/fun/oddball factor I enjoyed. Although ending felt a bit unresolved. I like that I still don't know whether I like the character GASCOYNE or find him sympathetic.

    • Lori says:

      I bought this on clearance at B&N and was half expecting to give it up after 25 pages, but its actually pretty funny. It reminds me of Mad Men!

    • Toby says:

      Fantastic!

    • Patty says:

      i'm so excited to read this! best birthday present ever!

    • Luke says:

      borderline awful.

    • Derek says:

      talked about it some here: 5cense/11/sussex-2m

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