Do you remember that book "Women" by Charles Bukowski. A sick, twisted novel about the women who went in and out of Charles' life? I remember that book, and I love that book. When we came across William Alton's manuscript respectively titled Girls, we knew we landed a good one.
Alton follows through with his swing to deliver a compelling collection of stories that follow a speaker through relationships with women we learn to love -- and with women we learn to abhor. From an early love to the tender development of love between a man and a young woman, Girls hits you hard. It it us hard.
Alton has a Bukowski perspective, yet he delivers his work with a smooth tone. The energy is there, but it is a quiet energy.
Girls is available for purchase on 9/5/2014 through our store, and as always, at all major retailers.
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