Tito Perdue
Fields of Asphodel
August 19, 2019 Comments.. 932
Fields of Asphodel Tito Perdue After a life of misdemeanors, Lee had hoped that death would bring an end to things instead, he awakens into a very bad place full of cold weather, strange tortures, and some of history s most hapless people His one consolation An opportunity to chase down his beloved wife who had preceded him in death a few years before he had contrived his own.Equipped with his walkingAfter a life of misdemeanors, Lee had hoped that death would bring an end to things instead, he awakens into a very bad place full of cold weather, strange tortures, and some of history s most hapless people His one consolation An opportunity to chase down his beloved wife who had preceded him in death a few years before he had contrived his own.Equipped with his walking cane, a book of matches, a pair of pretty good shoes, and a tourist brochure, he makes slow progress through a landscape that bears an uncanny resemblance to the America that he thought he had left behind.Perdue has been compared to writers from Faulkner to Beckett, and in Fields of Asphodel we are reintroduced to one of our true literary talents and to Leland Pefley, a truly powerful fictional creation.. Fields of Asphodel After a life of misdemeanors Lee had hoped that death would bring an end to things instead he awakens into a very bad place full of cold weather strange tortures and some of history s most hapless
  • Title: Fields of Asphodel
  • Author: Tito Perdue
  • ISBN: 9781585678716
  • Page: 260
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1 Blog on “Fields of Asphodel

    1. Tina says:

      It s a good thing I find snooty literature funny, because this book is nothing but pretentious Lee is an absolute ass self involved, deluded by his own sense of worth, and demanding Everything and everyone is beneath him, he feels He s such an absolute jerk that I find him hilarious he knows he s being an ass, but just doesn t care I guarantee that a lot of people would start this novel and absolutely hate it The thing is, I find disgruntled old men funny, and I also understand and share Lee s e [...]

    2. Virgil says:

      As always, Tito Perdue does not disappoint Along with Tom Wolfe, the best living writer in the US.

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