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The Immortal Class by Travis Hugh Culley
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May 08, 11

bookshelves: cycling, i-give-up
Read from April 17 to May 08, 2011

What was the publisher thinking? A 320+ memoir from a bike messenger in his 20s? I got about 80 or so page through it but then put it aside and after I realized that I had read three other books while it sat on the bedside table, I took it back to the library.

There were a few amusing bike messenger anecdotes buried in it, but there was far more about the author's various problems, which aren't that compelling as a story line. And his writing style seemed over the top, attempting to make it absolutely clear that he is _a writer_.

Not enough bike, too much author.
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