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Far from his best work. With each passing book they are getting less creative and thought provoking. But there still are some good chapters.Published 13 days ago by bmazing
The book starts with a fun premise I have never considered before, nor have I read others considering it: why do people answer interview questions? Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mihow
I didn't expect to like this book, but I honestly couldn't help myself. I started with the essay about ABBA because I'm a big fan. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Dave E Cebula
I like that I always learn something about myself or at least how I perceive the world where I read his work.Published 17 months ago by Anthony M. Underwood
The book itself is great, but don't put a picture of the book with a dust cover if you are going to send me a plain book with no dust cover. Read morePublished 17 months ago by bjstandridge
Chuck is a devilishly clever thinker, and a great communicator.
I find myself discussing the various essays with friends frequently, and I'm amazed at how seamlessly his... Read more
Supremely interesting. Makes you give thought to a lot of topics that usually aren't discussed. Really great! Worth every minute.Published 22 months ago by chuck7630
I am a big fan of Chuck Klosterman and I always eagerly pick up his new books when they come out. My favorites are always his books of essays, so I was excited to read this one. Read morePublished on June 25, 2013 by Kat A
This is Klosterman's most abstract and theoretical effort so far. If IV was his most intimate (somewhat like a rock band's frontman solo album where he plays only acoustic songs... Read morePublished on April 24, 2013 by Benoit Lelievre