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Caster's Blog: A Geek Love Story

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Ray Caster is a regular guy who drew the short stick on life. He works in a miserable office doing a miserable job. He gets no respect from his co-workers. For that matter, he gets no respect from his friends. Caster's existence is one pathetic downward spiral of TiVo and fast food until the day his life is turned upside-down by a goddess from an auto parts store. With its ...more
Paperback, 204 pages
Published March 6th 2006 by Lulu.com
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Christopher
Oct 17, 2007 Christopher rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: loveable geeks everywhere!
"Caster's Blog" is certainly one of the most *unique* love stories I've ever read. Through "online journal entries," Marcus Alexander Hart throws the standard "chapter" format to the wind and creates an interesting narrative pacing unlike any other.

As with "The Oblivion Society," I was impressed with how Hart tied everything together. Elements that seem to be unrelated subplots turn out to have more impact on the main story than one might suspect. And since it is all told as "a year in the life
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Mary
Dec 29, 2015 Mary rated it liked it
an afternoon's read - the author was my friend in high school
Eliza A. H. Lord
Oct 21, 2012 Eliza A. H. Lord rated it really liked it
Every time I read this I get sucked in and finish it in one sitting. This time (October 2012) I had put it in a loaner stack for a friend who is feeling down. Then I thumbed through a few pages and was up until nearly 2:00am with voyeuristic pity for this online guy and his dysfunctional friend group. The characters are so cleverly (and humorously) developed that the author legitimately fooled a group of bloggers into believing Ray Caster was a real man.
John
Jun 28, 2011 John rated it it was amazing
I could not stop reading...what an awesome book! I felt like I should have been commenting on entries too! I will be telling everyone about Caster's Blog :-D
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