Boomsday - Christopher Buckley Reviews
Description:ISBN 0749080035 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Christopher Buckley / Paperback / 288 Pages / Book is published 2007-10-29 by Allison & Busby
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by - written on 13/12/08, updated on 14/12/08 (Very useful, 209 readings)
You may know Buckley from his previous work, notably "Thank You for Smoking". It's very hard to describe this book without making it sound far-fetched, worrying or silly-verging-on-frankly-ridiculous, as I found out while trying to recommend it whole-heartedly to colleagues and friends. How can you explain that a book about "incentivising suicide" and "US political campaigns" is not just "fun" but the most hilarious thing you've read in ages? Those words rarely appear in the same sentence, but this book is unfortunately just that: an ingenious tale of spin doctors and radical cost-cutting suggestions that are ... Read the complete review
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