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I read this book on my lunch hour over and over.
The prose is very passive, especially in the early sections (an author should NOT use words like "generally" and "apparently" when describing things).
The plot is simple, comical, fastmoving and provides an excellent framework for Fitzhugh's cast of zany characters, and his witty writing style.
25 % into book and still the assassin part has not started, lot of information about bugs. I can't read another page and I have already skipped at least fifty pages, not funny.Published 1 month ago by Carolyn
If you’re here for your latest life lesson, it’s this: Don’t ever answer an exterminator ad. You might find your life terminated, after the CIA takes a hit out on you. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert Downs
As an avid reader of Carl Hiaasen, Tim Dorsey, Christopher Moore and the like, I gotta say that “Pest Control” is definitely in the same class. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Richard A Kaderman
Getting this book to read during my medical recovery when I could do little more that read, I thought it was a very good book and look forward to reading more of Bill FizhughPublished 6 months ago by Kevin O. Mcclintgock
I loved this book! Bill Fitzhugh nails it. Found myself laughing out loud,and turning each page with a smile on my face. The imagery that Fitzhugh creates is brilliant. Read morePublished 6 months ago by David C. Young
This hilarious novel is the story of Bob Dillon, a professional exterminator who wants to branch out into his own business with a revolutionary new idea for pest control (which,... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
as i have stated previously i can't read the books i purchased from amazon because my kindle froze and nothing could be done for me by amazon.Published 6 months ago by greg smith
Read this book years ago and just put it on my kindle to read again. Highly recommend thank you alotPublished 7 months ago by Jonathan S. Eldridge