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I truly loved this book. I attended UW Madison so I may have been biased but --I know Zeke. Zeke is a
character that I have often encountered as a (now retired) philosophy... Read more
Very transparent about the subject matter. Did not keep interest. Did not finish. Not to standard of first book. Try again.Published 24 months ago by RetiredRN
Not sure why but this book pulled me in. Great voice, engaging story and well written in a quirky kind of way.Published on October 2, 2013 by Buttercup
I bought this book on a whim based upon the fact that much of it takes place in Madison, WI (where I live) and the plot seemed interesting to me at the time. Read morePublished on June 3, 2013 by Ovey
I JUST FINISHED THIS NOVEL AND FOUND IT FUNNY AND SERIOUS, BY TURNS. I THINK THE AUTHOR IS PRETTY ORIGINAL. HIS UNHAPPINESS PROJECT IS A RELEIF FROM ALL THE HAPPINESS STUDIES. Read morePublished on May 17, 2013 by readernyc
What a depressing book! If your mood ring shines brilliant black, then this is your book. The main character, clairvoyant when it comes to spewing customer's Starbucks orders,... Read morePublished on February 6, 2012 by Heather A. Henry
I liked the idea of the search for the root cause of the general unhappiness of Americans. What I got instead felt like politicking, and a half-hearted attempt at a fictional... Read morePublished on November 3, 2011 by Ravenskya
This book depressed me, and I had to put it down for several weeks. Zeke Papas is documenting American unhappiness while vehemently denying his own as his world crumbles all around... Read morePublished on September 12, 2011 by missed
Dean Bakapoulos mentions, in the author's note, that he worked for the Wisconsin Humanities Council for eight years. Read morePublished on September 1, 2011 by JoAnne Goldberg