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10 thoughts on “An Asian Minor

  1. says:

    If you are looking for a traditional Greek tale with formal classic language then this is certainly not for you Picano visualises a young man, given immortality at fourteen, who has aged mentally with the earth he sees and knows the world the modern world and he speaks like a modern albiet an American boy He decides to speak up and tell his true story because he sees that a certain group of overconcerned busybodies are intent on making me a symbolic victim of an old pervert s lust and If you are looking for a traditional Greek tale with formal classic language then this is certainly not for you Picano visualises a young man, given immortality at fourteen, who has aged mentally with the earth he sees and knows the world the modern world and he speaks like a modern albiet an American boy He decides to speak up and tell his true story because he sees that a certain group of overconcerned busybodies are intent on making me a symbolic victim of an old pervert s lust and contrarily, by others saying that the perversion is fine He wants to set the record straight, to point out that his human rights had NOT been violated and he s not the unwilling victim, raped and abducted without his permission.He also says in the prologue, that he wants to give guys of today some hints to get themselves a sugar daddy who really counts, rather than settling for whomever comes along Yes unhinge your classical brain, we ain t in the land o...


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    When you listen to audiobooks on a regular basis, as a listener you start to find performers you love Before you know it, when you re looking at the lists of audiobooks, you re searching the listings not by title or author, but by who performs the audiobook, and then reading the blurbs of the books they ve done Finding a new and awesome performer is like finding a new author, and in fact absolutely leads to just that finding new authors through the performer.I reviewed this in full over at Ou When you listen to audiobooks on a regular basis, as a listener you start to find performers you love Before you know it, when you re looking at the lists of audiobooks, you re searching the listings not by title or author, but by who performs the audiobook, and then reading the blurbs of the books they ve done Finding a new and awesome performer is like finding a new author, and in fact absolutely leads to just that finding new authors through the performer.I reviewed this in full...


  3. says:

    This book was originally written in 1981 by Felice Picano, and details the early life and career of Ganymede, as told by the alluring boy in his own words It is extremely well written, a colourful, ribald account of his escapades as he fights off the attentions of men of all rank and age His beauty also captures the attention of various Immortals, who will go to great lengths to seduce him It probably should be noted to those unfamiliar with Ancient history that Ganymede is 12 at the beginnin This book was originally written in 1981 by Felice Picano, and details the early life and career of Ganymede, as told by the alluring boy in his own words It is extremely well written, a c...


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    The obvious reference point is Merlis s An Arrow s Flight, but Picano sticks to the time period instead of inserting modernity into the mix And Picano s conversational Ganymede is funny and breezy and altogether charming His observations on life and mythos are as interesting as they are clever.


  5. says:

    omg I forgotten how wonderful Jason Frazier voice is I have missed it I m enjoying listening to this audio just by listening to his voice.


  6. says:

    A modern retelling of the legend of Ganymede from his point of view This novella is short, quick, to the point and delightful.


  7. says:

    A simple novella that takes only an hour to read Nevertheless it s delightful and charming and worth reading If only we could all find our own Ganymedes or Zeuses


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    Written in the first person from Ganymede s perspective, this novella tells the tale of how a young prince, destined for greatness due to his looks becomes too much of a risk for his earthly guardians and is shunted from pillar to post Clearly his looks attract the curiosity of the Gods, who in turn seduce him Far from naive he works his way up the pecking order to get to Zeus The book is interspersed wi...


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An Asian Minor An Asian Minor Is Unlike Any Book That You Are Likely To Read This Year The Story Of A Thirteen Year Old Boy Who Discovers That He Is The Most Beautiful Mortal Ever Born, It Examines That Dubious Honor In A Retelling Of The Classical Greek Myth That Has Attracted Artists For Centuries.