Skippy Dies

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by Paul Murray
2010/672 pages
read by a cast – 23h 41m
rating 8.5 / contemp fiction – Australia

Yes,  this book seems silly at first but it contains an incredibly well developed theme  around reality vs history or what can you believe?  And the reader has to plow through doorstop’s worth of  tragi-comic adolescent weirdness,  but somehow,  at least in the recorded version,  the characters are so compelling (in a train-wreck sort of way sometimes)  I kept going – and going – and going –

It really is somewhat too long and Murray uses several rather convoluted plot threads to get where he’s going.  The humor vital  >>>>MORE>>>>

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