Sounds like easy money: collecting an antique for a rich stranger. Alan Allen, freshly unemployed, short of cash, and caught up in a bizarre case of mistaken identity, is about to find out otherwise. But not before being swept on a European wild-goose chase in this refreshing, surreal and gloriously funny novel.
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Review: DrivetimeUser Review - Gary - Goodreads
I read about half. It sounds great from the blurb but the way it's written is terrible. I found it confusing, surreal, unclear and too hard to follow. I went back about 10 pages a few times in a bid to understand but just found it all so lame and poorly presented. Read full review
Review: DrivetimeUser Review - Andrew (Ace) - Goodreads
100 pages in, I ditched it ! Too surreal for me. The characters weren't at all likeable and the way the speech was presented was really confusing. Read full review