How To Disappear Completely - David Bowick Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: David Bowick / Format: Kindle Edition
Newest Review: ... in the first person by Josh and it reads like a friend honestly recounting their experiences and feelings to you. (I did ... more
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by - written on 14/04/12, updated on 14/04/12 (Very useful, 65 readings)
In his own words Josh is a 20 something, deadbeat wannabe writer who works in Starbucks. When we first meet him at the start of the book he is being chased down the street by a Rottweiler. We quickly discover that the dog has an engagement ring in its mouth, the same engagement ring that eight days earlier Josh had been hoping to put on his girlfriend, Allison's finger. The action skips back to the evening when Josh and Allison, are at the top of the Ferris wheel overlooking the Boston skyline. The stage is set for a romantic proposal. Unfortunately Allison doesn't say yes. Instead she says "the worst words that can be said after a proposal" i.e. "Can we .. Read the complete review
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