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Eat When You Feel Sad by Zachary German
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Aug 13, 2011

liked it

I only read this book because I saw that Tao Lin was so in love it.
I see why he was.
This whole "new generation" of writers is a little out of hand. I like Tao Lin (meaning, I though Richard Yates was good, and not half ass like shoplifting from american apparel) and I figured this book would be good.
I read this in a day. It was pretty much a list of things Robert did over the 2+ years this book takes place in.

Zachary German is like a child version of Tao Lin, with this free-flow, half ass, avant garde writing style. Its not really good, but its just there.
If this guy can come out with a book pretty much talking about his day to day life, then I should have come out with 6 book by now. I gave it three stars because it gave me something to do on a family car ride.

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