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He's also very funny and kept me entertained with this book.
In this third book his writing is just a snappy and sharp, but there's a lack of focus that makes it several notches weaker than those.
It could've been a good book: Klosterman drops names like Interpol, Elliot Smith and Falco (just to pick those) at the drop of a hat.
Breathtaking. Heartbreaking. Almost High Fidelity-esque in its angst in romance. And the premise - you're not going to find anything like it.Published 6 months ago by Casey
Fourth book of chucks I read.. they are at great in their own world.. I you like nonfiction an music, it's a must..Published 7 months ago by CJ Kessler
I love Chuck's essays, they are surprisingly insightful and riddled with a quirky humor despite his that he is 85% nihilist. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Michael Teters
Great book if you enjoy any other klosterman books, reviews or writings. Guy is seriously a genius and deserves more credit than given. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Crystal Dunphy
I've read a couple of Klosterman's other books so I thought I'd enjoy this one. Big mistake. Klosterman spends most of the book blabbering about his quasi-girlfriends and... Read morePublished 9 months ago by jmo mls
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Klosterman's writing is always interesting, unique, funny, and thought-provoking, but this book took it to another level by adding a personal level... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mac