Today the follow-up to 2016’s sensual ‘What Belongs To You’ is out
Today (30 April) marks the production of Cleanness, the eagerly-anticipated novel that is new Garth Greenwell that is currently ranking on top of the must-read listings for lockdown.
The novel serves as being a sequel that is sort-of Greenwell’s acclaimed 2016 novel What Belongs for you, which charted the tender, unfortunate romance between an unnamed American professor staying in Sofia and a distressed young Bulgarian man, Mitko, whom he satisfies at a cruising spot.
Cleanness takes readers back once again to that crumbling eyesight associated with the capital that is bulgarian the unnamed protaganist of exactly exactly exactly What Belongs for you reflects in the intimate and religious occasions that shaped their life.
With intense reflections on queer intercourse, love, pity and pleasure, Cleanness has already been being heralded among the most useful queer reads of the season, and then we’ve got our arms on a special extract as we speak to Greenwell about the book (you can read our exclusive interview here) for you to enjoy. Continue reading