Hoping to get out of Russia and return to his adopted home in the U.S., Misha Vainberg, the obese son of a wealthy Russian, makes his way to Absurdsvani, a ...
Ha scritto il 16/12/08
amusing premise but who cares? Characters are absolutely uninteresting, nothing really happens...I gave up after 150 pages...why did this win an award???
Ha scritto il 23/11/08
i bought this book just 'cause i was curious about the title and cover... and i don't regret it!funny, light and ironic book, i've read it in 4 days: i really couldn't put it down.despite its paradoxical plot, it made me think about strategic topics ...Continua
Ha scritto il 21/05/07
Reading Absurdistan
Absurdistan chronicles the adventures of Misha Vainberg, a character who puts me in mind of a Russian Ignatius J. Reilly. Like the infamous character in A Confederacy of Dunces, Misha is hugely fat, comments frequently on his toilet habits, and is
Ha scritto il 25/04/07
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I feel I should warn some potential readers that it gets sexual at times, however, the overall concept of the book is worth it.I found the book to be extremely readable and addicting, I struggled to put it down each

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