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After you log in your content will be available in your library. Viewing of. And the Ass Saw the Angel is blackly beautiful, powerful and sharp.
That isn't to say that it's without flaws. Occasionally words from a more British dialect jar the reader out of the story's South -- "torch" for flashlight, "bonnet" for a car's hood, "lorry" for truck. Still, the writing compels.
The very dark humor in the book's early half becomes ever darker, until by the book's end you laugh seldom, and then only as a defensive measure, to keep up some thin barrier between yourself and Euchrid's lonely rage and pain. If you read this, you might want to have something a little lighter waiting on your bookshelf to balance the black. And the Ass Saw the Angel , not for the faint of heart, is troubling, powerful and well worth the read.
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