Hornito: My Lie Life

Hornito My Lie Life Juxtaposing a trip to his childhood home where he has retreated to try to make some sense of his hectic existence in New York City with memories of growing up gay in seventies suburbia Albo creates M

  • Title: Hornito: My Lie Life
  • Author: Mike Albo
  • ISBN: 9780060937102
  • Page: 368
  • Format: Paperback
  • Juxtaposing a trip to his childhood home where he has retreated to try to make some sense of his hectic existence in New York City with memories of growing up gay in seventies suburbia, Albo creates Mike Albo This character s memories are from a fictitious life that s outrageous, hilarious, and embarrassingly real From a typical suburban childhood to his perpetuaJuxtaposing a trip to his childhood home where he has retreated to try to make some sense of his hectic existence in New York City with memories of growing up gay in seventies suburbia, Albo creates Mike Albo This character s memories are from a fictitious life that s outrageous, hilarious, and embarrassingly real From a typical suburban childhood to his perpetual search for true love, Albo evokes a poignant, nostalgic past and a vibrant, energetic present By turns vulnerable and jaded, flamboyant and obsessive, Hornito is full of subversive humor and outrageous irony.

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    • I'm deep in the middle of this one.Basically author Mike Albo alternates between the preteen proto-gay years of a character named "Mike Albo" and "Albo"'s New York City 'adult' existence--full of loneliness, horniness, psychological dysfunction, psycho babble, brand worship, false friends, false starts, fleeting alliances, fashion faux pas's. Albo has a keen eye and ear for cultural detritus and phony chit-chat. You know exactly the type of TV show/apparel/person he's talking about. It's painful [...]


    • a sad "love" story if you can call it that - hopefully the real life sequel found love. was hard to keep track of all the names and at times the jumping back and forth to the "present" and past. reading about the youth era brought back my own memories of those times (music, movies, tv).


    • I love this man's narrative voice.There was a moment or two where the first person present tense was jarring as the narrator shifts fluidly from points in his youth to points a few months prior to where the story began and then back to the moment the narrator is living in, but then again it made a kind of sense, because as he is reliving those moments in his mind they are currently happening. Time is sort of elastic in this novel, his youth an amalgamation of experiences that sort of become the [...]


    • It was an ok read, and I had a difficult time keeping track of all the names/characters. In addition, alternating between past and present was confusing.



    • Such a command for precise, vivid language that pulls you in, amuses you, takes you on a ride, then moments sneak up where what's running beneath it all showcases itself, amazing moments of humor infusing shame and loneliness, and it's all just a really perfect combination.Does interesting things with form, too.


    • It was fun. All the material about the character's childhood is hysterically, cringe-inducingly accurate.






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