Typographical Era Review of TAMPA

“Tampa boldly steps over and then whips around to crush the boundaries of the taboo and the controversial in the realm of sex and literature.  Simply put, this novel is not for lighthearted or “gentle” readers – it’s disturbing, graphic, and raw.  But at the same time, much of the sexual imagery is so superfluous and detailed that the story dips heavily into satire and mockery – not mockery of pedophilia, but of the culture that so tediously defines sexual boundaries and desires to the point of obsession.” - See more at: http://www.alissanutting.com/typographical-era-review-of-tampa/#sthash.J5f0w7gQ.dpuf