Up there with Clarinet Polka and Glioria,
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This review is from: Looking Good: Difficulty at the Beginning Bk. 4 (Paperback)
Nothing by Maillard is bad, but some of his novels stand out as exceptional, and Looking Good is one of them. Its take on the drugs/counter-culture, earlier feminist, unusual sexual orientation world cannot be bettered. It's a ghastly world, but Maillard describes it with care and emotion, with well delineated characters, as he always does. But be sure to read the first three books in the quartet first, or you may be a little adrift with this.