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Just her. He planned to kill himself in 30 days. He met his new I loved this book. He met his new roommate, Frank, who brought LeRoy into the mix to try and get Steve out of his funk. Even though Steve was the main character, the author did a fabulous job of creating colorful characters. I ended up caring for everyone and loving their fun adventure. In fact, the dialogue and conversations were the favorite part of the book for me.

Even though Steve was the sad one, he seemed calmer and more mature than Frank and LeRoy.

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They seemed more reckless, making me believe that there could be a twist of maybe Steve lives but Frank ends up dying. Or maybe even LeRoy. I hoped that the story would have a happy ending. I was really rooting for Steve to change his mind. Things started to look good—he met a girl named Nat. I jumped out of my seat when readers found out she was the body in the morgue. Poor Steve. He lost the girl of his dreams. His mom had died, and his brother had committed suicide.

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One of his friends overdosed. No wonder he was giving up. Oct 20, Laura rated it liked it. I enjoyed the start of this book. The author's style is distinct and very different to what I usually read - it reminded me of Fear and Loathing, though it's a looooong time since I read that. I liked the non-fuck-giving of so many of his sentences: "lions, bears, and other cool animals".

Every sentence had this sense of can't-be-assed incompletion, and it worked. Then I got bored. And I got bored because it was all terribly cliche.

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On top of that, it was like the author was torn between writing I enjoyed the start of this book. On top of that, it was like the author was torn between writing about a what would someone do if there were no consequences, b what would make someone feel alive, and c what gives meaning to life? The protagonist dabbles in all of the above--in fact the whole storyline is sort of a generalised dabble--but there's no profound moment, no realisation, no conclusion, no fulfilment. The character is this sort of unrelatable asshole, and in the worst possible of ways: if you're in a good mental state, you'll shrug at the book, you won't get much from it, and you won't recommend it; if you're in a bad mental state, it'll make any efforts toward clambering upward seem pointless, and the whole thing will only drive you deeper.

Without any spoilers, kudos to the author for the ending.

As I said, I enjoyed the author's non-fuck-giving style, but I'd like to see a more consistent book and one on a different, if more challenging, topic. View 1 comment. Ange Hill rated it liked it Oct 02, Abhijeet Gandhi rated it it was ok Jul 26, Nupur rated it really liked it May 13, Caroline rated it did not like it May 08, Peter Hiram Stanley Rink rated it liked it Feb 02, Dawn Shenton rated it liked it Jan 16, Mohamed rated it really liked it Aug 02, Tony Parsons rated it it was amazing Dec 13, Daftfader rated it liked it Aug 06, Ann rated it it was ok Aug 08, Fawn Walker rated it liked it Jun 05, Jaime Fields rated it really liked it Feb 03, Tina rated it it was ok Jun 21, Tailsmo marked it as to-read Nov 08, Shirley marked it as to-read Jan 17, Christina marked it as to-read Apr 09, Igrowastreesgrow marked it as to-read Apr 24, Denise Stacks marked it as to-read Nov 01, Mel marked it as to-read Dec 26, David Barron is currently reading it May 08, Emilie marked it as to-read May 19, Larry marked it as to-read Jun 24, Coby marked it as to-read Sep 13, Heather marked it as to-read Dec 02, Charles Herzog marked it as to-read Dec 10, Jeremy Dyson marked it as to-read Mar 09, By Darragh Berry.

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