This book is funny, yes: laugh out loud funny.
This is fine to do half the time, but he did it exclusively, on every single page of the book, and to the point that it became noticable and a tad annoying.
If you can handle getting a little weird, and can handle a weird sense of humor, you may like this book.
Laughed so hard at times I had to put the book down. Funniest book I've read in years. Read this soon.Published 11 months ago by Jesse Lee Wooton
Haven't read yet. I ordered it ahead of need to read to be ready for my book club's 2014 meetings.Published 12 months ago by Ellen Peterson
I spent my entire read trying to figure out whether the flowery language of the narrator was a very clever characterization or just the way the author writes. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Timberwolf
I went to a tiny high school that was too small to have cliques. We weren't even big enough to have a "cli. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Ron D Smith
Sam Lypsite manages to sustain his high level of comedy/satire in each book. I can't wait to read his latest.Published 22 months ago by Dorothea Scher
I read a blurb on this book and was intrigued. I read about 20 pages of the book and threw it out. Very dismal story, and the writing makes it worse.Published 22 months ago by E. Wolf
Funny, delightfully funny! Lol funny,howlingly funny! Awesome style, outrageouse characters, great prose. Envy the so humorous vein of his mind.Published 22 months ago by KAMLA BEAULIEU
I really enjoyed this unpredictable and unusual book from Sam Lipsyte. The story is told from the perspective of letters written by a high school guy "who didn't quite pan... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Anne McAneny
I wanted to love this book. I wanted to laugh aloud. I wanted to recommend it to all my friends. Instead, I tolerated it, snickered occasionally, and will suggest it to people who... Read morePublished on May 25, 2011 by Book Dork