Publish date: March 2012
Publisher: Natur & Kultur
Pages no: 502
Edition language: Swedish
I don't know how I feel about this book. It was mind numbingly, dull but thats also kind of the point of the book. So i hate it for being so fucking boring, but the author did a good job for what he set out for it to be, a long, drawn out and mundane tale of IRS workers. It does provoke some deep th...
In parts this feels like a novel written on post-it notes being randomly placed all over some institutions matte yellow walls by a horde of bored and mentally unstable IRS employees. I quite enjoyed it.
How do you review an unfinished book? How do you even start to review an unfinished DFW book about magical tax agents and boredom?I think I start by saying that the book I read is quite a different book to the book that DFW apparently wanted to write, if you believe the endnotes. The eight pages at ...
Man is this ever unfinished.
My quest to read every last word written by DFW continues. Infinite Jest, This is Water, A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again, and now The Pale King have been checked off the list.I feel bad for giving this only 4 stars, considering the reason why it remains an unfinished novel, but still, it...
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