Lewis and Loeb (a novella)

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Last seen in an obscure 2005 short story, Matthew Asprey's Lewis is back in a new comic misadventure set in Tbilisi. More

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Words: 22,270
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310050787
About Matthew Asprey Gear

MATTHEW ASPREY GEAR is an Australian writer. His book 'At The End of the Street in the Shadow: Orson Welles and the City' is now available from Wallflower Press/Columbia University Press.

He is one of the founding editors of Contrappasso Magazine. His work has appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Senses of Cinema, Bright Lights Film Journal, Crime Factory, PopMatters, Island, Extempore, and Over My Dead Body! Many of his novellas are available in chapbook and ebook formats. In 2011 Matthew Asprey Gear graduated with a PhD in Media Studies at Macquarie University in Sydney. He has lectured on cinema and creative writing.

Some of his work is published under the name Matthew Asprey. It’s all his.

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Review by: Paul Samael on March 01, 2014 :
I enjoyed this too - it's in similar vein to "Red Hills of Africa" by the same author, satirising the academic and literary pretensions of its hero, Lewis, as he attempts to inject some historical accuracy into a TV series whose target audience probably couldn't give two hoots about the correct formation of the quincunx by Roman infantry fighting the Picts in Scotland. You may well not give two hoots about the correct formation of the quincunx either, but it's quite funny watching the whole disaster unfold....
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Review by: D.Z.C. on Jan. 03, 2014 :
I downloaded this on a whim, just because it was free - now I'm taking the time to post a review because it's one of those books that makes you feel that you just have to spread the word, and pester your friends and relations until they read it and agree how brilliant it is. It's pretty short, but I lost count of the number of times I laughed out loud.
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