Warlock



Allen Barrow s friends are polite, shy men like himself who gather to eat in affordable restaurants and know each other as refugees from their own families He is a clerk in a bank, dresses frugally, and has a small penis that embarrasses him One night he meets a man whose presence rivets him Destry Powars handsome, vulgar, spectacularly ugly in his behavior and yet disarmingly seductive has pulled Allen into his orbit and won t let go Destry lives in a closed, moneyed world that Allen can only dream about a world that he can glimpse only through the smoked glass windows of popular media From generations of impoverished drifters, Powars has been chosen to learn the secret language of wealth, a language based on force, deception, and nerve But who chose and taught him these arts and what does he really want from Allen What exactly are the strange Mr Powars s dark powers These are the mysteries that Allen will uncover in Warlock, a novel of international intrigue that is as paralyzing in its suspense as it is voluptuously erotic Warlock is a novel about a New York awash in money and yet always a hair away from the bubble s burst of catastrophe It is about living outside of the overhyped New Economy If you think I.P.O Initial Public Offering means I m Poor, Okay, then this book speaks directly to you This is one of Perry Brass s most compelling stories Erotic love, surrender, and the total magic of overwhelming needs being met are its main ingredients It is about our sweetest dreams and worst nightmares coming true and the hard work of warlocks.Suspenseful Voluptuously erotic A demonic, queer Rosemary s Baby, set in the glittering, international world of greed and power In this book, Perry Brass has added to the annals of gay lit Richard LaBonte, in Book Marks Winner Ippy Award from Independent Publisher Magazine, best gay and lesbian book, 2002 As gripping as today s headlines exposing the boom and bust cycles of the global market that make some men billionaires while others starve, Warlock has solidified Perry Brass s worldwide reputation as the American Jean Genet. Read Warlock – tiffanydaniels.co.ukWarlock

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  • Paperback
  • 219 pages
  • Warlock
  • Perry Brass
  • English
  • 19 June 2018
  • 1892149036

10 thoughts on “Warlock

  1. says:

    This can be a hit or miss depending on your familiarity with the dark side of folklore and the repercussions of making deals with other beings.Allen is a forty something gay man working at a dead end job, and he has come to terms with the fact that, just as his penis will never get bigger, his life won t ever get grander Destr...

  2. says:

    I think the author has potential, but I wasn t able to enjoy this book First of all, the character development is micromanaged There are pages and pages describing how small and insignificant Allen is Even when you think he s been patheticized to death, there is another paragraph about his small penis, small apartment, bad job Destiny is similarly overdone in his crudeness Then there is the insta love, which is bad enough whe...

  3. says:

    Perry Brass certainly knows how to weave a fantastical story of eroticsm, sensuality combined with a stimulating story and unforgettable characters A sad poignant start to this story begins with a non descript man who is described in many, many terms as small, mild mannered man with a small endowment, who leads a quiet life of unadorned annonymity within the gay community A dead end life, with a dead end job He is captured in spirit and body by a powerhouse of a man wealthy, strange,powerf Perry Brass certainly knows how to weave a fantastical story of eroticsm, sensuality combined with a stimulating story and unforgettable characters A sad poignant start to this story begins with a non descript man who is described in many, many terms as small, mild mannered man with a small endowmen...

  4. says:

    If you d like to know what I thought of this book, please contact me directly and I d be happy to discuss it with you.All the best, TB

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