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Jeffrey Dinsmore

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Jeffrey Dinsmore is a boring snob who writes stupid stories and looks like a real jerk all the time. His glasses make him look like a jerk and he is a pointy jerk. He eats like a million donuts for breakfast and every time he opens his mouth he says something stupid about how stupid his face is. When asked in an interview what he would most like to be doing he said, "pooping all over myself," because he is such a jerk and that's probably what he likes to do all the time.

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Johnny Astronaut by Rory Carmichael by Jeffrey Dinsmore
Johnny Astronaut by Rory Carmichael
by Jeffrey Dinsmore (Goodreads Author)
recommended for: people who like to read
read in January, 2003
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Read it? I wrote it! Now you should read it!
I, An Actress by Jeffrey Dinsmore
I, An Actress: The Autobiography of Karen Jamey
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recommended for: anyone who looooves to laugh
read in January, 2005
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I wrote this fucking book and it is 100% hilarious. Recommended to all non-suckaz.
The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears by Dinaw Mengestu
The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears
by Dinaw Mengestu
recommended for: fans of introspective fiction
read in April, 2007
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Full disclosure: I know the author of this book. It is very difficult to judge a book by an author you know. Unless that author is me, in which case it is easy: prognosis - brilliant!

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read in April, 2000
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This book changed the way I look at the world.
Schrödinger's Ball by Adam Felber
Schrödinger's Ball
by Adam Felber
recommended for: science dorks
read in February, 2007
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This one came highly recommended from a connection over at Random House, but I gotta say, I wasn't that blown away. It was an attempt at a Tom Robbins-esque wacky comedy about physics and an enormous cast, but it just didn't have the characters that...more
The Ruins by Scott B. Smith
The Ruins
by Scott B. Smith
recommended for: anyone who revels in misery
read in January, 2007
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While I recognize that this was a well-written book, it was really, really difficult to read at times. I give it 3 stars because I like a little hope in my books, and this provides none - just misery, suffering, and suspense. I would highly recommend...more
Then We Came to the End by Joshua Ferris
Then We Came to the End
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Not only is this among the top 2 or 3 funniest books I've ever read, it is exquisitely written, down to the brilliant and moving last sentence. I cannot recommend this book highly enough. I have never before in my life read a book and wanted to flip...more
The Truth with Jokes by Al Franken
The Truth with Jokes
by Al Franken
recommended for: George Bush
read in March, 2007
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I read Al's last book, Lies & the Lying Liars, and although I remember liking it, it didn't really stick with me. This one, however, seems a lot stronger. I've laughed out loud a few times, which is a rarity for me. I also like that, even though...more
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