A Moment of Doubt

A Moment of Doubt The streets of San Francisco ooze with danger sex poets and technology in this hard boiled mystery creating a story that is at turns hilarious thrilling and obscene Set in the s this is the

  • Title: A Moment of Doubt
  • Author: Jim Nisbet
  • ISBN: 9781604863079
  • Page: 199
  • Format: Paperback
  • The streets of San Francisco ooze with danger, sex, poets, and technology in this hard boiled mystery, creating a story that is at turns hilarious, thrilling, and obscene Set in the 1980s, this is the tale of an idealistic and angst ridden writer who struggles with day to day responsibilities such as paying his rent on time Exploring ways to exploit technology, the writeThe streets of San Francisco ooze with danger, sex, poets, and technology in this hard boiled mystery, creating a story that is at turns hilarious, thrilling, and obscene Set in the 1980s, this is the tale of an idealistic and angst ridden writer who struggles with day to day responsibilities such as paying his rent on time Exploring ways to exploit technology, the writer flirts with hacking, while dealing with a world of bars, bordellos, and the AIDS virus When the writer learns the passwords to the inner workings of the publishing industry s digital realm, he finds himself facing dangers from unexpected places.

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    1 thought on “A Moment of Doubt”

    1. I think I really liked it. The writing is fantastic, it's fast paced and evenly matched with utter brutality and what I can only call guy-lit romance. I don't think there's a word in existence for that particular combo of 'love' and lust. It's extremely dark and also extremely funny. It has plenty of humor based on sex and toilets. I am quite sure all men will love it. So a great book.That said, I'm curious as to what other women will think of it. It was quite spectacularly male. After reading i [...]

    2. Equal parts absurd and hilarious. Didn't think I'd enjoy this one at first but I'm glad I hung in there as this short and sweet novella had me laughing pretty much all the way through.

    3. This novella is a fascinating bit of meta-fiction and also a pretty hilarious tale of a writer who hacks into a publisher's database and then the printer's network and starts churning out and distributing books. At the end is an interview with Nisbet and he talks about how this book came about after the first two Windrow novels - The Damned Don't Die and Ulysses' Dog: . . . I shared a suspicion of the detective novel, I wrote A Moment of Doubt. All three, note, might be construed as "Martin Wind [...]

    4. My fourth and easily least favorite Nisbet book. This one is all over the place and just read like an author wanting to see how much bs and pornography he could get away with. Dumb premise. Surprised this was even published.

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