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    Gripping & funny

    Gaaf boek dit. Meteen gegrepen door de vaart en onderkoelde toon. De naïeve hoofdpersoon die niet helemaal aangesloten lijkt, de bizarre voorvallen. Erg fijn boek dit.
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    Great read

    Really liked this book - humour in dark hours. Made me laugh out loud many times
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    Awesome!

    Great read! The concept of family revisited in a totally engaging ride. Highly recommended!
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    Strangely compelling

    A bit like the character's view of Nixon I wasn't sure at first if I liked Harold but he grew on me.
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    The American Dream/Downfall

    In the tradition of the great American Jewish writers, A.M. Homes took me on a wild ride through her narrator's crisis and the one year that led to his recovery. Blending satire with the more friendly attitude of closely detailed observation of daily life in the suburbs, even John Cheever gets a mention towards the end.
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