Question everything …
Devin Stewart, Future G.E.D. Candidate
Smashwords edition, copyright 2013
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I liken this blog to a fine Bordeaux; distinctive, yet not overbearing, singularly-unorthodox, yet approachable. The contrast of dark and enlightened thought creates a curious sexual-tension that leaves the reader euphoric, yet deeply-disturbed.
In his blog, Mr. Stewart weaves an opulent tapestry of colors and textures. I find universal refrains reminiscent of the heady-days of Moby Dick and the Torah. In fact, I would not be surprised one cubit if you told me this book had been penned by Jonah himself while in the belly of one of the mighty leviathan’s rapacious ancestors.
To say that this blog is one of the most intrepid undertakings ever endeavored by a high school scholar would not be hyperbole. Mr. Stewart’s penetratingly-insightful work is a thinly-veiled commentary on today’s most compelling social mores and the devastating impact of man’s inhumanity to man. Not since the day Snooki was punched in the face during episode seven of “Jersey Shore” has the collective youth of today shared such a defining moment.
None other than Starbuck himself famously said “Real and useful courage arises from the fair estimation of peril.” I’m pretty sure that quote from Moby Dick is relevant to this review. If not, I apologize, but I’m not going to take the time to read that whole God-forsaken book again. Thing’s colossal.