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Mar 142012
 

With everything Deckard Croix writes, there’s the ever-present conflict between man and society. His work is always narrated by unreliable, often egotistical, protagonists who are torn between their desires and morality (or that variable, supposed morality). He is writing more towards an insightful objective rather than entertaining, but he find it entertaining, in a Nabokov/Burgess kind of way.