Both these relationships weave their harrowing stories against a brilliantly evoked background of contemporary Brooklyn and Manhattan, a place where advertising and consumption have even corrupted the language we use to speak about love. At Night Only is a tragedy that could only be written in this new millennium.
An unnamed narrator experiences the violent tides of a contemporary drug-infused life in New York City.
A depressingly beautiful portrait of the metropolitan human.
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