An aging New Yorker, a writer named Nick, feels life ebbing out of him. One night, at a dimly lit bar, he meets a tantalizing young woman, and the night that follows is the most extraordinary of his life. Propelled by uncontrollable, primordial desires, he tastes human blood for the first time and is filled with a sexual and spiritual ecstasy.
His revival quickly fades, and soon Nick is yearning for another taste of the elusive rapture. There follows a descent into madness and unimaginable hell, and a pursuit of otherworldly revelation.
With his vast knowledge of ancient wisdom, Nick Tosches has written a raw and blazing story that tracks from our darkest desires to the most sublime quests for beauty and truth. Outrageous, disturbing, and brilliant, Me and the Devil is a novel unlike any other.
A surreal story composed of uncompromising insights and fantastic madness; at once disconcerting and gripping.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
If you enjoy listening to the dry drunk ramblings of an old man, then you will like this book. I'm sure the author thinks he is being philosophical but it is painfully boring and tedious. Do not waste your time.
2 of 6 people found this review helpful
I have no clue what this book was suppose to be about, it was the worst audio book I have ever listened to.
0 of 4 people found this review helpful