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Are we supposed to view this as tragic that these beautiful boys are wanting to be degraded? I'd say I read it and I enjoyed it, but it's not a great book. The friend who recommended it is much more identified with gay male sexuality, and I think, had a completely different reaction to the book. If it were not for being my book club's book of the month (who chose it is still beyond me), I would have stopped after the first 30 pages. If you get off on this book check into a sanitarium.

The title men are denizens of a Web chat site that reviews the performance of hustlers such as Brad, a blond who looks like an angelic teen but is probably older, and who may or may not have been killed, or snuffed, by a john. Brad's passivity drives a certain type of dominant to distraction, and Brad gets rave after rave review, rendered by Cooper with deadpan perfection.The story is I guess dark you could say but not in a tragic way ala the "George Myles Cycle" (which is a silly way of presenting the series, what're you Matthew Barney? And it hurts me to be so disappointed with this story when I think of the way Dennis Cooper campaigns Peter Sotos, who is a writer I really enjoy, and is really a brilliant writer who may've not been so accessible if it weren't for Cooper's involvement.