Infinite Jest - David Foster Wallace Reviews
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Newest Review: ... alive should read this book. Many people may be put off by the length, but it is not one of those dense impenetrable works of ... more
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by - written on 06/04/10, updated on 06/04/10 (Useful, 5 readings)
This is without doubt one of the top five novels I have ever read. It is unlike anything else published. It has a story so heartbreaking and strange that it will haunt you for years afterwards - I can honestly say, four years after I read it for the first time, that there is probably not a day that has passed in which I haven't thought at least once about this book and some of the unanswered questions it leaves you with. I suggest everyone alive should read this book. Many people may be put off by the length, but it is not one of those dense impenetrable works of fiction that are purposefully difficult to read - it is surprisingly easy to read, full of warm humour and ... Read the complete review
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