Sad Bastard - Hugo Hamilton Reviews
Description:ISBN 009927499X / Genre: Fiction / Author: Hugo Hamilton / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 193 Pages / Book is published 1999-05-06 by Vintage
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by - written on 17/11/08 (Very useful, 99 readings)
Misery loves company. At least that's the impression I get when my partner is in a grumpy mood. Why should she be the only one that's in a strop? What about if she can bring me down too? Personally, that's not the life philosophy for me. If you are felling sad the best thing to do is get up and do something about it, that way at least your mind will be on better things. However, even I sometimes get the blues. There is something comforting about sitting in a darkened room and reflecting on your own depressing miserable life, you can always be sure that there will be a dark pain in your chest waiting there for solace. Not a cheery thought, but I have no problem if Read the complete review
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