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  • AlanNN
    • Jun 2006
    • 32

    Steve Aylett

    Some years ago I read Bigot Hall by Steve Aylett and rather enjoyed it, even though it was very anarchic. I have just started reading 'Only and Alligator' in the Accomplice series, and this is weirder than weird. Anyone else experienced this author?
    “The world would be happier if men had the same capacity to be silent that they have to speak”
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    Eternal Champion
    • Jan 2004
    • 3630

    I've read Toxicology and Slaughtermatic.

    I love how he uses words, almost as weapons. Similarly, I think he uses his ideas confrontationally, making you engage ideas that aren't exactly comfortable, nor engaged comfortably. These are, of course, strengths of his work. He is antithetical to the comfort food of many lesser writers.