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    A Canadian version of going down the rabbit hole.

    A fun book. The style of the story reminded me of Douglas Adams - but in more absurd if that is even possible! It's completely over the top, and just when you think things might make sense... nope! Enjoy!
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    A quick, fun read

    I read Remy's Dilemma over a weekend and thoroughly enjoyed it. It's a very fun read and a great way to escape from the drudgery of the work-week. I highly recommend this to anyone with an appreciation for irreverence and, sometimes, inappropriateness. Looking forward to the next in the series!
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    I laughed my butt off at this fun book!

    I love road trip books and this one is unlike anything I have ever read before. I must preface this by saying the following: If you are Canadian or have spent any time up here in the Great White North, you have to read this book! The author created a world in the not-too-distant future that is hilarious and you’ll laugh your butt off. Remy wakes up to hear the world is ending from none other than the Prime Minister. Before panic sets in, Remy grabs his life goals check-list (wrote it in the 4th grade) and sets out to answer man’s ultimate question. First, he gets a car then he goes on the ultimate Canadian road trip where anything can happen (and does to Remy). Remy’s Dilemma is filled with Canadian hijinks and the funniest parts are when the police and FBI are on a manhunt to capture a deadly serial killer. Yup, they think it’s Remy. I laughed out loud in several places and sometimes rolled my eyes at Remy’s innocence. The only part I didn’t like was that it ended abruptly. I know this is a trend in books right now but it’s a pet peeve of mine as a reader. I’m hoping Mr. Snook has a sequel lined up soon. Humor is tricky in literature but Remy’s Dilemma delivers rib-tickling humor/satire in the same vein as Canadian comic Steve Smith (aka Red Green). Do yourself a favor and pick up this book. You’re in for a fun time. Favorite Character: Remy. While he is quite possibly the most obtuse character I have ever encountered, he has an innocence about him that I found endearing. He meets a woman who kicks his ass more than once and in his mind, she’s utterly in love with him. * shakes head * Favorite Quote: “Waking up at random hours in a daze has never been a conflict for me since I don’t believe it’s necessary to have steady employment.” My Rating: 4 stars
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    Excellent book with lots of laughs

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book from beginning to end. I found myself laughing during many parts of Remy's crazy adventure. I definitely recommend this book to anyone looking for a fun storyline and a good laugh!
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