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Much of the writing is just one long, unending meditation (or should I say self-absorbed) interpretation of existence. Read morePublished 19 days ago by William Alexander Storz
Nauseating. If you enjoy good existentialist fiction, read Camus. Sartre, the hyper-intellectual sidewalk cafe poseur on meth, should not be your first choice.Published 4 months ago by Dasein
there are some underlining in the first few pages. i feel manipulated. i usually buy new books because i like to have my OWN underline when i read it again. Read morePublished 5 months ago by lama
Wait for it! The first half of the book I could barely stand it, I nearly gave up.. and then! WHAM! Sh*** gets real. If you start this book, don't give up. It gets good.Published 8 months ago by Mikey P.
Wonderful and necessary read for anyone seriously interested in existentialism.Published 10 months ago by Guo Sheng
Worth reading if only for the philosophical perspective on the nature of things. The narrator isn't especially likable, but that wasn't really the point.Published 13 months ago by JENNIFER L HERCHENROEDER