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The Biology of Luck - Jacob M. Appel
The Biology of Luck
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 9780989515511 (0989515516)
Publisher: Elephant Rock Books
Pages no: 234
Edition language: English
Romance, Contemporary
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KOMET rated it
This is one of the oddest novels that I've ever read. At 207 pages, it isn't taxing on the reader's time and, on the whole, is well-written. 'THE BIOLOGY OF LUCK' is set in New York City around the end of the 20th century and into the first few years of the 21st century. It's either a story within a...
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0.0 The Biology of Luck
Quirky and unusual love story with an interesting stylistic twist. The main protagonist of Jacob Appel's The Biology of Luck, Larry Bloom, is your average Joe, the kind of guy women usually friend-zone. Larry's existence is seemingly unremarkable. An aspiring writer trapped in a life of a tour guide...
silverneurotic rated it
1.0 The Biology of Luck
Odd-job queen Starshine Hart is about to go on somebody else’s perfect date. At 29, the usually carefree Starshine has realized that it is easier to start sleeping with a man than to stop. Her lovers include one of the last underground members of the Weathermen and the dilettante heir to a lawn chai...
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt rated it
I received a copy of this novel from BookLikes in exchange for an honest review. I really am disappointed that I couldn't like this work more. The writing was absolutely phenomenal. Appel has a true way with words. He provided great descriptions and amazing environments. I loved the concept of a nov...
Denise rated it
4.0 The Biology of Luck
I am not quite sure what genre I would put this book in but I do know that I really liked it. This book takes place in one day, the day that Larry Bloom finally has a date with the woman that he is in love with, Starshine Hart. He is so in love with her that he has managed to write a book about her ...
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