|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
Murray's style of writing is both hilarious and poignant.
I loved this book - it took me only a few days to read it even though it's 661 pages long and sometimes difficult to read, emotionally at least.
How it fits in I won't give away, but I found it difficult to accept such a serious subject in an otherwise frivolous setting.
Brilliant!! All who have been adolescents (not those who are) will understand and appreciate SkippyDies..Published 1 day ago by a critic
It's a very well written book. It's smart, sad and funny. The best thing about this book is that is not sentimental, nor has that predictable storylines, you'll normally find in a... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Ana Isabel Towns
It's Donnie Darko in a South Dublin boarding school, but is rhythmical and self-aware enough to be an enjoyable read throughout. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Ru Hickson
This is the first book I've picked up in ages that I could not put down. It's 655 pages of small print and I zipped through it in three days. Read morePublished 2 months ago by hjh
One of funniest coming-of-age stories I've read in quite some time. And this author has serious range! Read morePublished 2 months ago by David
When you select a one-star rating on Amazon, the phrase "I hate it" comes up, which sounds so harsh to me, but this is one of the only novels I have ever tried to read that... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kristin B.
I really hated this book - the story, the characters, just everything...Published 6 months ago by Kandi Nielsen
Really captures the mischief and angst of adolescence while being hillarious and touching at the same time. One of my favorite books of the last 5 years.Published 7 months ago by William Chandler