Length - 212 Pages
Rating - 5 Stars
Then, at lunch, among my colleagues, the same thing happens. Suddenly I'm crazy cat lady.
Then I reached the middle of the book. Suddenly I'm feeling emotional because this guy just can't catch a break. His sense of humour is masking his belief that he's not worth anything. It's obvious from the beginning that he's not exactly Mr Confidence, but when it's written in black and white - deep.
Jeff Grobnagger has seizures. When he has these seizures, he is killed by the man in the hooded robe. During Jeff's plight to find out why he has these seizures, he befriends Glenn, a mid fifties man who is embarking on his own journey.
Forget the enticing plot line - which in itself will want you coming back for more - this character is intensely layered. You'll be rooting for him until the very end.
My brand of satirical humor may be different to yours, but for me, this book was slap your knee funny. Reading the inner monologue of Jeff Grobnagger, kept me turning the pages from beginning to end.
Hilariously funny, deeply philosophical and only the beginning.
Read this book. You won't regret it.
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