A hilarious radical debut novel that breaks every rule--yet also spins a tender, bittersweet tale about a single dad struggling to raise his son. Modeled on the bestselling 1969 hippie handbook of the same title, this wildly inventive tale is both a stunning tour-de-force and a wise and charming consideration of the stuff of great fiction: death, ...
A hilarious radical debut novel that breaks every rule--yet also spins a tender, bittersweet tale about a single dad struggling to raise his son. Modeled on the bestselling 1969 hippie handbook of the same title, this wildly inventive tale is both a stunning tour-de-force and a wise and charming consideration of the stuff of great fiction: death, love, loss, responsibility, and road trips.
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What kind of solipsistic walking diaper would straight up rip off the title of a successful useful book just to sell his own nail-clippings of a novel?
This one, apparently.
I ordered this book thinking it was a newer edition of "How to Keep Your Volkswagen Alive A Step By Step Book of Procedures for the Compleat Idiot" by John Muir.
Apparently, I'm a compleat idiot for not reading the description more carefully because I would never imagine that some twit would "compleatly" rip off the title of another successful VW book just to sell copies of his own trash.
And clearly, it's selling for $6 new and a buck fifty used, so he's no Shakespeare. I truly hope that people point and laugh at him whenever Christopher Boucher walks by with a mirror in his hands admiring his own wit.
I'm so annoyed I don't even want to try to read this garbage. It looks like it's just some guy thinking he's oh-so-clever-and-creative! Look at him! Oh, he's so unique!
Chris, I'm sure your mom's proud. Everyone else probably thinks you're a weenie.
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