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Night in the Lonesome October - Richard LaymonNight in the Boring October? (297 words)
by KizzyJames - written on 30/05/01, updated on 31/05/01 (Useful, 108 readings)
This was one of Richards last books before his sudden and sad death on Valentines Day 2001. Written in the first person narrative this 350 page work lends itself to the classic signs of a Laymon. It contains that unmistakeable quality of being transferred into someones head and hearing things that both offend and amuse you. It is a journey, not just through the city in the middle of the night, but also through the narrators heartbreak, sexual desires, fears and frustrations. The lead character, Ed, is a confused man who after being dumped by his girlfriend seeks solace in the streets at night. On his nocturnal walks he encounters many dubious people, including the enigmatic Casey who Ed ...
Richard Laymon in generalNOT to be Missed (133 words)
by Becca - written on 29/06/00, updated on 29/06/00 (Useful, 20 readings)
hate. Plenty of blood, plenty of spookiness and lots of suspense. Richard Laymon is my favourite horror author, JUST Wish he'd hurry up and write another one! ...
Richard Laymon in generalRichard Laymon (157 words)
by pel - written on 27/06/00, updated on 27/06/00 (Very useful, 37 readings)
you will LOVE Richard Laymon. As soon as you open one of his books, you will be thoroughly engrossed and will not want to put it down until you have finished. Then you'll go rushing out for another! His books are always on my list for presents. I guarantee you will not be disappointed by this guy. To find out more, ...