Graham's narration of Eggers' novel fits so phenomenally together that it seems odd to imagine either existing without the other.
The moments when Graham's fits of emotional ramblings and swearing mirrors the brilliance of Eggers' ability to paint the ways in which many of us delve into constant inner rants and arguments. Eggers does this, "lost in thought" ramble so fantastically that it makes me laugh at the thought previously I was the only one whom operated thus.
Dave's inner dialogue is perfectly done by Graham, quite literally perfect.
It made me want to do both, over and over again.
The way the narration fit seamlessly together with the prose made me want to experience Dave's other books again through the story telling aspect that has been done by Graham. It has made me want to follow both their careers more than when I started.
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