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The Erasers by Alain Robbe-Grillet
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Sep 17, 07

bookshelves: fiction
Recommended for: People who think Watson & Holmes were the same person.
Read in December, 1999

I had to read this book in graduate school. It made me feel like a failure as a human being, but I could tell how brilliant it was. Kind of like if Einstein started a conversation with you while you were drunk and tried to explain this new theory he'd been working on, and he did it in German, and oh yeah, you're drunk. Gibberish, and maybe he's not really Einstein, but a serial killer. But you can tell he's either brilliant or mad or both. That's The Erasers. Keyser Soze, drunk, talking astrophysics in German.

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