Very entertaining narration of what I feel is an honest and entertaining look into the personal life of Ayad Akhtar. The book description says part memoir, part fiction, regardless, it’s a look at a group of people in America that may seem commonplace, but Akhtar presents it in a way that hooks a reader (depends on the person, I can see how some people would dismiss it). The pace of the book is great, part of it might be that it’s not one continuous story, but more like short stories that overlap.
A bitter pill. Bitter people preaching self righteous garbage.
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