By Dan Allan
It’s circa 1999 and the 1st intercourse chat rooms are in complete swing. past due at evening as his kinfolk sleeps, “Tag,” a attorney trapped within the golden handcuffs of a loveless marriage, makes his inaugural stopover at to the newly introduced Literoticus.com. He can’t think what he’s stumbled into. This freewheeling global of lonely misfits engaged in unbridled sexual intercourse is either stunning and fascinating. while Tag encounters the witty, insightful, and sometimes scathing “Lisa33,” he feels a chemistry that has eluded him his complete marriage. Late-night honesty builds into sexual and emotional obsession, the type that makes you're thinking that you're able to altering all your lifestyles. yet what Dan Allan’s characters fail to count on is how difficult it's to translate myth into fact. As own discontents start to intervene in this digital erotic eden, Lisa’s eager for whatever larger collides with Tag’s lack of ability to step past the limits of his personal very slim lifestyles, and Lisa makes a heartbreaking choice.
A heartfelt, profound, and hugely unique novel that either satirizes and completely transcends the net craze, Lisa33 captures the eager for transformation via myth and brings to existence the hilarious, bizarre neighborhood of self-invented characters who step into chat rooms that allows you to step out of the loneliness, worry, and sorrow of genuine life.
"Swift, immensely fun first novel...Log on and subscribe to the fun." -- Kirkus stories, December 15, 2003
If Jane Austen married Charles Bukowski, their child could write with the wit, lust, and gumption of Dan Allan’s Lisa33 -- David Huddle, writer of
Lisa33 is an eccentric, hilarious ebook and, in spite of everything, very relocating. i love it. -- Garrison Keillor
Lisa33 is ultra-sensitive, equipped for pleasure, but additionally immense -- unhappy, scorching, hilarious, fair, frightening, and supremely, addictively wonderful -- Cintra Wilson, author
The emotional frontier of net mania is the topic of lisa33, the affecting new novel by way of Dan Allan...unexpectedly thought-provoking. -- WhatzUp journal, April 15
This e-book is a ask yourself. Scorchingly humorous, tremendously clever and strangely relocating. From the hilarious starting pages i used to be hooked. -- Laura Zigman, writer of
Vivid and hilarious. Grade: A -- leisure Weekly
About the Author
Dan Allan grew up on ny, long island, and has labored largely within the software program undefined. He at present lives outdoor Boston together with his spouse and youngsters.