Provocative, intriguing, thought provoking.
The ending was very moving.
If you didn't read this in school, DO IT NOW!
I would suggest this book to a friend, as a friend did to me. However the story line may be hard for non-waiters to relate to.
One chapter is about the restaurant nearly going under. It was amazing. My heart was racing the whole time.
He was great. His Latino accent may have been a little bit, cartoon-y.
No, it was a bit too long with this and is written in such a way that it is a series of vignettes that can be listened to at your leisure.
Provocative, bratty, brilliant.
This story follows a broken man who refuses to acknowledge he is broken. It is written in such a way that the reader also refuses to acknowledge this brokenness. This story is also written in second person which is interesting and atypical.
Yes. I didn't, but it was short enough that I could. It was very drawing.
Great for those who liked anything by Bret Easton Ellis or Catcher in the Rye.
Some may become uncomfortable with the story line, the frequent use of drugs, and the treatment of women.
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