Stag-nation is about why you should not date a stripper. Stag-nation is romance noir from the gutter of the Vancouver’s East End to the Westside’s yacht club visiting all the bars and best spots to smoke pot along the way to a relationship doomed by alcoholism and a fat security guard's insecurity.
IT IS NOT FOR CHILDERN OR THE EASILY OFFENDED!!!
(you may have to turn off your censor of adult content)
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Here are a couple review, only one is from my mother:
Review by: sheila taylor on July 11, 2012 :
This is a very well written book that provides a colourful and accurate window into the lives of a segment of Generation X. It reminds me of the ennui and restlessness of the lost generation after the First World War. The characters are trying to find their place in present day society, and though they have the ambition to change their lot they do not have the tools to do so. They live under the assumption that the world should come to them and under shadow of their boomer parents. Even though characters are dark and some segments are tragic, I really enjoyed this novel.
Review by: Michael Cabrita on June 06, 2012 :
From start to finish, this book was an enthralling read. The novel reads like something Hunter S. Thompson would write if he were a alive, young, interested in strippers and of course living in Vancouver. Well worth the read for those interested in the excesses of the young and idle. The author is very skilled with his choice of words and the structural flow makes for a very entertaining read. Looking forward to future work by the Author.
Have fun, Jan Tailor