Liz Anderson Anderson from Dong Klang, Khon San District, Chaiyaphum, Thailand
my first favorite hire.
This set up was painful.
This dizzying, twisted often confusing novel about the chronicler who breaks up with his friend (Emma) for dishonesty on him and getting pregnant with another man'clean bill baby, is an unusual recountal of his gradual degeneration. Although stories of head'clean bill times falling apart are generally disturbing, this booklet somehow manages to consitently amuse the lecturer most peppered with the chronicler'clean bill sarcastic sayings and his rambling prospects that drift effortlessly between fact and fiction with such skill that sometimes the races begin to blur for the lecturer too. The chronicler, who'clean bill unable to cope with his friend'clean bill infidelity ends up as a gardener in a small suburb. Every chapter of this booklet somehow can stand alone as a story. And yet together these 40 stories sort a coherant conspire that'clean bill at once real, funny, unsettling and bordering on fantasy. The author muses on some rather unconnected, strange things as he considers his growth: twriting a novel on the history of women'clean bill rooms, uric acerbic, the link between Universal life force and electricity to name a few. Each of his meditations have potential for a separate booklet....and cut out the lecturer wishing that Georgi describes these ideas in greater individualize.
I loved this book
It didn't need to have an "faith" for ability. I also wondered why the last chapter was included in the hardcover because it was much less engaging than the slumber of the hardcover. I enjoyed the hardcover overall but it's theme was rather simple and it probably didn't need the 263 pages that it took to spell it out.
extra 1/2 luminary Huzza! More Pritkin!