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Om Fourth Angel
From the New York Timesbestselling author of City of Night: a ';powerful work that may very well be Rechy's best' (Kirkus Reviews). Compelling and ferociously relevant, The Fourth Angel is the story of four teenagers playing deadly games with drugs, sex, and one another. Behind a facade of tough cynicism, on a raging search for kicks, they explore the hot, dusty city, bent on trouble. There are three ';angels'Shell, Cob, and Mannyand their recruit Jerry, who becomes the fourth. Hovering in that uncertain limbo between childhood and adulthood, the four angels maintain a precarious balance among themselves and with the outside world. Each one is today's street kid: still tinged with innocence and capable of beauty, but at the same time, full of rage and violence, attempting to conceal an ugly past. Praise for John Rechy ';Rechy shows great comic and tragic talent. He is truly a gifted novelist.' Christopher Isherwood, author and playwright ';His tone rings absolutely true, is absolutely his own, and he has the kind of discipline which allows him a rare and beautiful recklessness. He tells the truth, and tells it with such passion that we are forced to share in the life he conveys. This is a most humbling and liberating achievement.' James Baldwin, novelist, playwright, and activist ';Fresh, beautiful, totally courageous and totally cool, passionate... His uncompromising honesty as a gay writer has provoked as much fear as admiration... John Rechy doesn't fit into categories. He transcends them. His individual vision is unique, perfect, loving and strong.' Carolyn See, author of Dreaming: Hard Luck and Good Times in America