Release > 'Siamese Dreams' released as e-book
'Siamese Dreams' released as e-book (18 Jan 2012 05:58)
Ready to change the world, youth in Asia take new names, learn languages, and experiment with sex, drugs and lifestyles -- from spectacular poverty to salacious stardom. Set amid economic booms and epic disasters, Johnson's work is rich with emotion, wit and insights into relations across cultures and sexes.
If you like Hemingway, Kerouac and ¬Theroux, or want to know more about the new generation rising around the world, read this book.
"Profoundly entertaining. Essential reading."
Colin Donald (The Scotsman, UK)
"Great writing style ... Other writers couldn't even imagine his front-line experiences."
Christopher G. Moore, author of 17 novels set in Asia
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