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Casey based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
An adventurous spirit that apparently craves the NORM, a revolutionary spirit, Casey conveys an insatiable lust that must defy convention; an unappeasing erotica, an exotica that cannot smolder, a passion that cannot be tamed. Evoking the typically disciplined libido, Mr. Brogan is a scholar I adore; Casey's totally abnormal sexual habits, however, evoke an Infernal flare, a degeneration of valuable, constructive rudimentary ideals. Jim and Jack: Casey, nonetheless, symbolizes the need of each man for his own world, an inalienable right to privacy, the theme of "the bi-coastal kid", a protagonist dependent on Mark and Gloria; an insatiable erotica. Hoping that Casey shall somehow resolve his predicament, one will avidly peruse this work by one versed in Chaucer, in the Daemonic Faust. I do trust that Jim and Jack are well even though I do not approve of Casey who should have only an XX ["for adults only"] rating.