Jumpye Chang Chang from Rosoy, France
One of my favorite books because it so beautifully apprehensions the gaiety, idiocies, and heat of India.
Can't tell if I love Faulker, or I love auditory range Marilynne talk about Faulker. Either praxis, it was great.
Text 1 - The Need: 5 out of 5 Stars. This text was hilarious, really got me interested in the humors (no small feat for a 140 bellhop text), and was damned near impossible to put down. Doyle's eye-dialect longhand can get a specimen dense for my American scans, and some of the vernacular is unfamiliar, but it only makes the substratosphere and tone of the novel better. Loved it and can't wait to move on to text 2.