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God Hates Us All by Hank Moody
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May 25, 11

bookshelves: interpersonal-drama, urban
Read from May 23 to 25, 2011

A quick, fun read. I enjoyed the meta aspect of it: reading a fictional book of a fictional author from a TV show. But, more importantly, I enjoyed the actual book for its own sake: a wry tale of a jaded young man in NYC in the late 80's. Cue ill fated romance with models, parties with wanna-be rock stars and accidental drug dealing. It's basically a slightly less cynical version of Bret Easton Ellis' "Less Than Zero". Well-written and intriguing enough to make you wish it were a real novel by a real author and there was more where this came from.
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Lennongirl Sooo looking forward to read this :)

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