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Re: “Rotten Eggers

I lugged this book all the way to Vietnam, and I now regret that it was a probably a large factor in my overweight charges. (I probably could have just found it for free anyways, the discard of some trendy backpacker in a cheap hostel.) I finished it begrudgingly today and went straight to the web to see if I was the only one who found it, well, an unbearable work of startling ineptitude.

THANK YOU FOR ARTICULATING MY FRUSTRATION.

I felt like I was in a college-level creating writing class watching everyone salivate over some moron, keeping my mouth shut all the while, thinking I was the only person who "didn't get it." I had just read Michael Chabon's "The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay" when I started reading Eggers, which may have catapulted the feeling of eating a really good stir-fry and, thinking I was going for a second helping, ended up with a four-day stomach virus, but even without the comparison, this book, in my humble opinion, really blew.

Again, thank you.

Posted by Thank you on 09/27/2010 at 5:20 AM

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