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Then We Came to the End

A Novel

by Joshua Ferris

Then We Came to the End by Joshua Ferris X
Then We Came to the End by Joshua Ferris
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    Mar 2007, 400 pages

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    Feb 2008, 416 pages

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mbg1968

Me too...
I had read a lot of positive reviews about it so I tried it. It was funny at first, but I got too bored and quit about half way through.
Penny

Finally stopped before the end...
I found this a well written book. But, I finally got fed up "listening to" a whole group of "mystified" slackers whining about their fates in life, love and layoffs. When I realized I didn't care for any of the characters or their stories I returned the book to the library.
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