Notes From Underwhelmed

Front Cover, Jul 1, 2005 - Fiction - 180 pages
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Rival groups of clandestine thugs, a beautiful barista with a brain for baseball, a man-child obsessed with action figures, America's favorite talk-show host, robot clones, marketing drones, Bill Buckner and a missing billionaire playboy: they're all on a collision course, and Ian Gilmore must decode, decipher and defuse the situation before his life is dismantled piece by piece. Notes From Underwhelmed is a twisting, darkly humorous literary thriller that has earned comparisons to Delillo, Auster, Murakami and Palahniuk. It's part homage to the 1986 Mets, part commentary on corporate America and part exegesis on contemporary identity.

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