Love Me Tender eBook ↠ Love Me ePUB ↠

Love Me Tender eBook ↠ Love Me ePUB ↠


Love Me Tender (Contemporary American Fiction) [Read] ➵ Love Me Tender (Contemporary American Fiction) By Catherine Texier – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Lulu the heroine of this urgent novel is a young French dancer who works in a downtown strip joint the Blue Night Lounge She inhabits a New York world where new uncompromising styles of love art and e Lulu the heroine of this urgent novel is a young French dancer who works in a downtown strip joint the Blue Night Lounge She inhabits a New York world where new uncompromising styles of love art and experience are being born Lulu wends her way from Julian a junkie poet to Love Me ePUB ↠ Henry a wealthy priapic Tribeca painter to the local Puerto Rican boy Mario She shares her memories of a confused childhood in France with an older French woman and casts a cool yet passionately observant eye on her adopted cityWritten with immediacy and raw intensity LOVE ME TENDER is an authentic sometimes shocking always original slice of urban life by an author with talent to burn.

  • Paperback
  • 212 pages
  • Love Me Tender (Contemporary American Fiction)
  • Catherine Texier
  • English
  • 13 August 2016
  • 9780140100167

5 thoughts on “Love Me Tender (Contemporary American Fiction)

  1. David David says:

    This reads like Henry Miller if Miller actually was interested in people The prose is often feverish always energetic and nimble and often beautiful It does convey an aching sense of hollowness I wouldn't have thought I's be interested in any Manhattan stories but this one was something new

  2. Dara Lebrun Dara Lebrun says:

    Remarkable how many books are titled 'Love Me Tender' Probably most are shoddy attempts at erotica and this vulnerable poetic novel hovers far above that throng There's an Anais Nin timbre to Texier's writing as though NIn were transported in time and space to the East Village of the 1980s where she would have been and was my neighbor in Alphabet City I never knew her but I knew about her She lived a block away There's something that alive in her words as though they still describe what's happening And in Lower Manhattan in some ways they are still happening and this book is a happy bridge between now and then

  3. Sara Sara says:

    ive been reading this book for the past 4 years i pick it up read a chapter put it down find it months sometimes years later i retrace my steps and backtrack through chapters i feel like i have spent so much time with this book and its characters that they have become my own a sense of accomplishment in finishing this book today while sitting outside of a campground bathroom in morro bay beer and sunshine keeping me company while my phone was charging in the bathroom

  4. Katie Katie says:

    I see Manhattan like an ocean liner adrift in the middle of the Atlantic never reaching its port The moorings have been cast off There’s no turning back to dry land We’re all thrown together on this phantom ship hallucinating without connection to the other world It’s a trip from which we’ll never come backAh Yes

  5. Jai Clare Jai Clare says:

    someone sent it me ages ago and only just started reading Liking it a lot so far uirky way of writing Looking forward to seeing how it develops

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