Like Bret Easton Ellis, Chuck Palahniuk, and Michel Houellebecq before him, George Simeran's wicked and smart and funny-as-hell "Prince of this World" tells the tale of privilege and debauchery through one damaged man's voice as he searches for the path to redemption at the risk of his own destruction. Eponymous narrator George Simeran's got the libido of a satyr. Only problem is, he just can't do it. Not since that bad bit of dirty business up in the Angeles National Forest. It's not for lack of trying, though--oh, how he's tried. While the woman he loves but can't have (and who sleeps with anything with a pulse) is saftely engaged to a man of George's choosing, all is well, but when she beds his best friend, Mortimer Plotz, an Adonis of a man who harbors his own dark secret, George is willing to do whatever it takes to win back her love-and, his self respect. No matter what.
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About the Author
George Simeran is the author of "Prince of This World" and In "Love With Sin". His early literary career was interrupted by a scorching addiction to mainlining the bourgeois life and to anything made by Tom Ford. George Simeran takes his recovery one day at a time and lives and writes in Los Angeles.