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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 11 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 13 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 13 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 13 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 18 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 21 months ago 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 23 months ago by Benoit Lelievre
I'm a big Chuck Klosterman fan. If hyper-aware observational humor and pop culture references tickle you're funny bone; you're probably going to get a few laughs out of this.Published on February 5, 2013 by Savannah M. Barr