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Intricately woven story, very quirky. A pretty sad story set in such an amusing context that you just have to keep reading.Published 4 days ago by J W Love
This book is why I hate writers. The writing style is so anemic, the guy has no balls. I liked the IDEA of the book, and the protagonist, at first, seemed interesting. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Timothy P. Redmond
I really didn't care for it as it was described as a hilarious story and felt it wasn't at all.Published 3 months ago by cd
Sam Pulsifer's long-running confessional first sentence is that of a character who has been branded a killer and arsonist by everyone and is weary of trying to deny it, so he puts... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Cathy A. Adams
The book takes a long time to get going and drags in the middle, the last 50 pages, however, are great. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Nona
An Arsonist’s Guide to Writers’ Homes in New England proved to be one of those book titles I could not resist forever. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Sam Sattler
readable but self indulgent, self satisfied author who is not as clever as he thinks he isPublished 10 months ago by gerryb
I couldn't stop reading, which I suppose is part of what draws someone into completing a book, even when it's not great. I can't say I didn't become engaged with the characters. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Marti Grahl
it's funny. it's sad. it's poignant. It wasn't what I expected at all. an ode to reading...and writing!Published 16 months ago by BarnaMarg