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Generally, in my humble view, one should read whatever Houellebecq produces. This one starts him off in fiction with observations on a bureaucratic death. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Glen Brumby
So far, so good. Its decent. This guy's (the guy whom wrote it)... he's ok. We'd probably hang out, if we went to the same school and knew the same language. Read morePublished 8 months ago by David Jones
Impeccable portrait of depressive anxiety or Something or Other. Maybe from living with cats. Getting that weird microbe in your brain cells that causes this type of perspective... Read morePublished 9 months ago by David LaCombe
I started reading this book a few years ago, and stopped around page 50. Recently, while scanning my bookshelf, I picked it up again-- I immediately remembered why I put it down in... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Nathan Naimark
"Whatever" is a philospohical and political novel. The original French title which can be translated as "Extension of the Domain of Struggle" is a good... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Barbara Pelc
Not as good as his other books "Elementary Particles," etc. Tru that one instead. Might come back to read at some point.Published on October 3, 2013 by MollyRDH
This is Houellebecq's first novel, which brought him to fame in France, then later in Britain and the US. Read morePublished on September 1, 2013 by J. Wagner
Life is boring, depressing and funny, no matter how you see it.
Whatever is as perfect a summation of this fact as can be imagined.