From Publishers Weekly
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I can't get enough of DFW non-fiction work. It is fascinating and engrossing - he's able to bring readers in to his curiosities, his ruminations, and inner thoughts and richly... Read morePublished 18 days ago by explainer guy
Not a light, entertaining read for me. 5 stars due to DFW's astoundingly creative style. It is a rare experience to marvel at the situations and characters he creates out of thin... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Byblos sur mer
one of best writer's 2nd book. most brilliant man i knew. he killed himself 10 years ago at 50 a victim of severe depression.
his books are all unique. Read more
I like him. Wish he didn't have the idea that suicide would help. Cause it surely did not. We could still be with him on the planet!Published 2 months ago by Carol Eugenia
If you like this type of book you'll find it easy to read and better suited to stop and start again than his other books.Published 3 months ago by Kim Eason
Some of this book contains brilliant DFW material, while other parts get bogged down in a sinkhole of experimental writing wherein he pushes the limits of the so-called... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kolef88
A brilliant and thoroughly engaging collection. I often find myself laughing out loud and he is never dull. His is a grievous loss.Published 5 months ago by Joan Torres