Anonymous Ankara, Ankara No.2909911 [Reply]
so imagine you're browsing through a bookstore on a lazy saturday afternoon.5 posts omitted. Click reply to view.
you stop in the pynchon section, and there, out of the corner of your eye, you see this *guy* and he's checking you out. you think, wow! this is one for the movies! does this actually happen? (this is a sexually oriented biased review, sorry)
you proceed to chat, laughing at the length of gravity's rainbow. and you go next door with your new books to grab a cup of coffee, which turns into dinner, whuch turns in to crepes at this great little shop, which turns into a long walk, which turns into a bottle of syrah in your living room over twelve hours later.
the swedish blöndal Malmoe, Skane lan No.2909920
I was going to start out this review of Stoner by feigning comic incredulity that the former conductor of the Boston Pops wrote a novel about potheads, but that is far, far too obvious and unsatisfying even for the likes of me. Instead, I am going to confess that I read only half of it (and, thereby, my ignorance has been properly disclaimed) but that this aborted reading filled me with such unmitigated contempt for the author that I plan on mounting every soapbox (if soapboxes haven't been technologically obviated by now) from here to the Great Barrier Reef condemning this plodding, tiresome, amateurish book with an antagonistic passion that literature hasn't evoked in me since Cambridge's A Concise History of France (wherein concision meant excising significant historical events in favor of agricultural data and a dimly Marxist perspective, but I digress – as always).
Anonymous (massive cuckold spotted) Ankara, Ankara No.2909925
you mean my own book reviews? yeah i like those
the swedish faggot gay homo Malmoe, Skane lan No.2909936
this book is very very good btw
the hungarian unkler Budapest, Budapest No.2909938
oh shit I thought it was about dating a tranny
the indian junge Ahmedabad, Gujarat No.2909939 +3
i am a woman and i read books and drink coffee at the fancy cafe