Humorous Fiction

Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits

Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits

I may have gone one too deep in the David Wong (akaĀ Jason Pargin) canon. Granted, including Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits, his canon numbers three. First ...
Three Days in April

Three Days in April

I'm a bit of a non-purest when it comes to my reading habits of late. I feel like I used to only choose difficult books that looked impressive while I read them...
Then We Came to the End

Then We Came to the End

So we all remember reading Bright Lights, Big City and its mind-bending use of the second-person narrative structure. You felt immersed in a very drugged-out ki...
John Dies at the End

John Dies at the End

I decided with this one to break out of the box and read something outside of my typical genre. Granted, I'm not sure this is really anyone's genre. After all w...
Wake Up, Sir!

Wake Up, Sir!

It's like Bored to Death meets Fight Club. Okay, maybe not, but Jonathan Ames' character, Alan Blair, is clearly the neurotic, bumbling alcoholic once-author th...
You Shall Know Our Velocity

You Shall Know Our Velocity

Is it wrong of me to like this book? It seems that just about everyone out there thinks Eggers is a blowhard and a complete egomaniac. Despite actually liking t...
Everything Is Illuminated

Everything Is Illuminated

I can't stand how scary talented this guy is. How does a guy in his early twenties write such funny and beautiful prose? How does he write something with such d...
Tuff

Tuff

I guess I missed the point here, but I haven't been this depressed after reading a book in a while. I suppose that's what I get for picking something up at work...