Apathy and Other Small Victories
Publish date: May 2nd 2006
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
I'll give it 3.5It started so good, I've to admit. But flash-backs had not sufficient impact and actually at some points makes you feel apathy. It got better at the ending pages though. Sometimes i felt, writer just wanted to make the reader laugh and that's all. It would be better if he'd spend his...
Paul Neilan, Apathy and Other Small Victories (New York: St. Martin's Griffin, 2006), 231pp Despite being a quick and easy read, this book is let down by a hazy plotline and the lack of even a single likeable character. Many of the laughs generated come from the protagonist's narration as he riffs...
A good quick read that, like some of the reviewers below said, falls apart at the end.
Surprisingly enough, I just didn't care.
By far, the most entertaining and comedic novel I've ever read. Neilan is a great author that holds your interest throughout the entire project. Not sure if he'll ever release a follow-up but I would certainly look forward to picking it up.
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