Flame Forlag has published a third book of essays by Geoff Dyer. This time we get two books in one, translated travel essays from 2003 and 2016. Dyer is a restless soul who has traveled everywhere. In the book from 2003 this is combined with a large intake of intoxicants. Substance experiments can be interesting, from the novelist De Quincy's opium dreams to Aldous Huxley's mescaline intake in Recognition gates to Hunter S. Thompson's gonzo project Fear and loathing in Las Vegas – where Hunter covered the drug police congress by consuming an arsenal of different drugs. These books have. . .
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