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What I really loved about the book is that Porter knows what depression is all about.
There are a few hints indicating mental illness but then nothing comes of it, leaving me wondering if mid-life crisis is the culprit or something else entirely.
The funny, dark, and thought provoking qualities of WAYSS are direct effects of the superb writing style of Mr. Porter.
This is the funniest book I read all year. Also, at times, the saddest. Porter has a way of taking an every day observation, such as the way someone dips their chicken mcnuggets... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Matthew McGuire
Some interesting writing and sometimes funny, but not nearly as funny as I was promised. Contrived story that could have gone to some more interesting places if it hadn't been... Read morePublished 2 months ago by James J. Birchler
I know this book is supposed to be funny but it was too realistic for me to consider it satirical. Well-written, quick read, insightful with a well-considered ending.Published 7 months ago by Zobee
I could have devoured Porter's brilliance in a few hours, but I had to ration myself so that I could treasure each juicy nibble, rereading some of his hilarious snippets like... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Laugh in the Face of PMS Diary
This was surprisingly entertaining and a very fast read. It favorably reminded me of the beginning of Office Space with its dark humor. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Beth
I haven't read a little book this poignant and funny since Being There. Jason Porter is a sadly unrecognized talent. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Michael Maiello
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Ray, your average corporate slave at an Ikea-esque furniture company, is depressed. Read more
Did not love or hate it. Think it would have made for a good short story. The writer seems to have a lot of promise but promise is the most you will get from this. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Thomas
He's funny yes, but in a laugh-at-sadness kind of way. I appreciated his poignancy, insights and voice. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Thomas Cook