Download Rubicon Beach djvu

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by Steve Erickson

Author: Steve Erickson
Subcategory: Contemporary
Language: English
Publisher: Quartet Books Ltd (March 31, 1998)
Pages: 304 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.4
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Sometimes I caught a glimpse of the books on high shelves.

Sometimes I caught a glimpse of the books on high shelves. It should go without saying that I did not have any important keys myself, at least not yet. The third duty was to vacate the premises of squatters every night.

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Stark and ethereal, Steve Erickson’s tales connect to form a luminous and passionate whole. One fee. Stacks of books. Fiction Sci-fi & Fantasy Psychological Dystopian. Read whenever, wherever. Your phone is always with you, so your books are too – even when you’re offline.

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Steve Erickson is the acclaimed author of several novels, including Arc d’X, Amnesiascope, and Days Between Stations.

Steve Erickson is the acclaimed author of several novels, including Arc d’X, Amnesiascope, and Days Between Stations. Regarded as a central figure in the avant-pop movement, Erickson has been compared to J. G. Ballard and Don DeLillo, and praised by Thomas Pynchon, for his deeply imaginative fiction. In addition to his novels, he has published two works of nonfiction about American politics and culture and has written for the New York Times Magazine, Esquire, and Rolling Stone.

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A prisoner with a haunted past is released into ravaged Los Angeles, where he pursues an elusive girl to the shores or Rubicon Beach and faces his lost destiny.

The second, highly imaginative novel from this much-acclaimed, young Los Angeles writer. This story is a warning to those who lack the courage to cross the Rubicon of their imaginations. By the author of Days Between Stations.

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A prisoner with a haunted past is released into ravaged Los Angeles, where he pursues an elusive girl to the shores or Rubicon Beach and faces his lost destiny. In his second novel, Steve Erickson creates a decaying world filled with leftover passions and poetic vision that established him as one of the most original and evocative American writers of his generation.