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really liked it 4.00  ·  Rating details ·  3 ratings  ·  1 review
It's Monday. You meet the devil. He tells you the world ends next Sunday. What are you going to do? Charlie Fish decides, if he's got to go, then at least he's going out with one hell of a good soundtrack.

Playlist is a wildly original and inventive novel, by turns hilarious and terrifying - and it marks a welcome return to publishing for an author not heard from in fiftee
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Kindle Edition, 369 pages
Published June 28th 2017
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Eimear Noone
Jul 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Playlist: Witty, ironic and wholly empathic – fantastic read!

The Playlist is an inspiring vehicle driving the plot of this wonderful dystopian/satire. First time I’ve been able to identify how much I appreciate these genres.
Charlie Fish is no angel; he’s acerbic, foul-mouthed and could not be more likeable.
A recovering alcoholic, we’re transported inside Charlie’s head as he navigates OCD, impending apocalypse and regular confrontations with the devil.

The story covers a wide spectrum of the o
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