The Masterful Tangents of Jarett Kobek: A Review of “I Hate the Internet”

No writer’s work in the last year has inspired in me so much post-reading activity as Los Angeles author Jarett Kobek. His fictionalized, “psychedelic biography,” ATTA, the first book to attempt to get inside the head of 9/11 hijacker, Mohamed Atta, led me to order the salacious biography, Walt Disney: Hollywood’s Dark Prince that Kobek puts in the terrorist’s hands as he tries to learn more about U.S culture; his If You Don’t Read, Why Should I Write? led me […]

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