I enjoyed the conversational tone of the narrator throughout this book, his thoughts naturally developing, going off on a tangent and coming back again It lacks much of a plot, but when a twist does come it is unexpected and surreal, but also fleeting and far between Unfortunately, the ending wasn t very satisfactory, nor would I say, necessarily Happy. This is the first book ever that confirmed my initial first chapter impression of wanting to fling it out the window. It might have had a happy ending, but I never got that far Couldn t decide after 20 pages whether it was genius or drivel My indecision didn t last long Great title though. This doesn t even deserve one star, but there wasn t the option of zero Easily the worst book I have ever read for so many reasons. Fielding Montanna Might Be Dead, But Doesn T Know It Sunday Daffodil Wants To Kill Herself, But Won T Die Louie Louie Has The Hots For Fielding S Once Beautiful Mother, And The Mysterious Moriarty Hasn T Slept A Wink In Twenty Three Years Manhattan, Meanwhile, Is Slowly Sinking In A Sea Of Sludge Obviously It Was Always Going To Have A Happy EndingP Robert S Smith S Gloriously Inventive Follow Up To Up A Tree In The Park At Night With A Hedgehog Is Set In A New York That Is Both Futuristic And Yet Drenched In Nostalgia, And Peopled With Charming, Quirky Characters All In Search Of Their Own Happy Endings
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- 224 pages
- Sunday Daffodil and Other Happy Endings
- P. Robert Smith
- 23 November 2017 P. Robert Smith