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My American Unhappiness by Dean Bakopoulos
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Feb 20, 2012

really liked it

Zeke is the sort of character you probably know: seems like a great guy but is not married (which concerns us and modern society). His mother desperately wants him to marry and he embarks on a quest based on recommendations from a women's magazine article.
He is ultimately a very sad character -clueless about women and relationships. He lives in a fantasy world.
The book is very entertaining and strangely funny. There is an underlying sadness and some incisive views on society.
I really enjoyed it.

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