Brian Swann, Another Story (Adler, 1984)
[originally posted 28Jun2001]
The only thing that saved this from a dustbunny feast is it 114-page length. I felt guilty about burning something that would produce so little heat.
Another Story is disjointed, ungainly, gratuitous, and generally unreadable. Think James Joyce, but without plot, theme, or character development. I’d tell you what it’s about, if I had been able to discern such. Instead, I’ll just tell you to avoid it like the plague. *