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Geek Love (Abacus Books) Paperback – 1 Nov 1990
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I felt electrocuted when I read that first page with Crystal Lil and her freak brood. I stood there in the bookstore and my jaw came unhinged. No book I've read, before or since, has given me that specific jolt (Karen Russell, author of Swamplandia)
The most romantic novel about love and family I have read. It made me ashamed to be so utterly normal (Terry Gilliam)
If Flannery O'Connor has consumed vast quantities of LSD, she might have written like this. (LITERARY REVIEW)
A book of bizarre and brutal beauty, guaranteed to wring from you horror and heartbreak by turns... (COMPANY)
Riveting and extremely well-crafted. There's a real philosophy behind it where it actually touches on the profound. (MARGARET FORSTER)
A novel that everyone will be talking about, a brilliant, suspenseful, heartbreaking tour de force. (PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY)
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It really does explore the nature of human relationships - of love, of family, and of societies non-acceptance of anything not of the 'norm'. Katherine Dunn really has written a powerful account of what it is to love somebody/something and never really be loved in return. And although the book is centered around 'geeks' it tells a story of human emotion that everyone - even perfect looking humans can relate too.