If it’s strange, controversial, thought-provoking, a bit nihilistic (or better yet, oddly life-affirming), bizarre, wildly funny, and/or quirky…yes, I usually like it. I’ve got to consume more of the stuff.
Some suggestions of stuff i found amazing, are, ‘Cities of the Red Night’, ‘Junky’ and ‘Naked Lunch’ all by William Burroughs. ‘The Electric Kool Aid Acid Test’ by Tom Wolfe’, ‘The Master and the Magarita’ by Mikhail Bulgakov and ‘The Crying of Lot 49’ by Thomas Pynchon. You’ve made me think about getting hold of some more of the stuff now!
I loved “The Master and Margarita.”
I got through about half of “Naked Lunch” some years ago, but my life was far too confusing at that time to add the confusion of Burroughs to it.
Thank you for the suggestions. You rule.