My Impending Death

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My Impending Death

My Impending Death Cynical Obese Misanthropic A Saint Angus Truax Mr Misery to his colleagues profiles victims of misfortune His articles touch hearts and inspire charity Unfortunately for Angus he loathes his job his

  • Title: My Impending Death
  • Author: Michael Laser
  • ISBN: 9781579624002
  • Page: 222
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Cynical.Obese.Misanthropic.A Saint Angus Truax Mr Misery to his colleagues profiles victims of misfortune His articles touch hearts and inspire charity Unfortunately for Angus, he loathes his job, his subjects and his life so much that he decides to end it.More fool than Hamlet, this unlikely hero jokes his way to the grave, soothing his own despair with rude, audCynical.Obese.Misanthropic.A Saint Angus Truax Mr Misery to his colleagues profiles victims of misfortune His articles touch hearts and inspire charity Unfortunately for Angus, he loathes his job, his subjects and his life so much that he decides to end it.More fool than Hamlet, this unlikely hero jokes his way to the grave, soothing his own despair with rude, audacious honesty.But even a suicidal hermit can t shut out life completely Before he can make his exit, one last unlucky soul comes knocking at his door, pleading for help Angus finds himself in what he calls the world s oldest trap.To his astonishment, he discovers that his story isn t over yet.

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    1. Merenda on said:

      Angus Truax is an overweight, middle aged, depressed, and suicidal man. There is a large description to this book that details him more then what I will do. I will say though, this is NOT my cup of tea reading. I love the horror genre and the like. I don't care for this style and therefore gave it a 3 star rating. Now, if your into depressing characters and humor-satire mix, then it's your book. I'm just stating what I prefer. The writing was well done and clean. The story had a "good" ending ov [...]

    2. Jane on said:

      What do you do when you're planning to kill yourself? Write a diary documenting the thirty days leading up to it, of course. Except everything devolves into stupid cliches and, eventually, an ridiculous and unsatisfying ending.

    3. Teressa on said:

      I really did not like this book or the style that it was written in.I was actually just glad to finish it.I gave it a two star instead on a one star,because it at least had a somewhat happy ending

    4. John Maguire on said:

      Read an interesting and compelling black-humor novel about a newspaper man who decides to kill himself because things are so boring and meaningless. Some overtones of "Miss Lonelyhearts." Fast moving and a compelling read. Hard to put down, really. Not nearly as grim as the title and cover suggest; it actually turns out to be funny. Some readers say it has overtones of "The Ginger Man" by J.T. Donleavy. I recommend it especially to former newspaper men & women who remember the grimy trade, a [...]

    5. Sheila on said:

      I love My Impending Death by Michael Laser, despite normally not enjoying suicidal comedy (I hated the Elegance of the Hedgehog, for example). The unlikable protagonist is a self-absorbed overweight reporter writing sob stories while scorning the victims he portrays, but I still love this book. When he decides to remove himself from his insignificant life, plots how and when, quits his encumbering commitments, and begins a countdown to the end, I find myself glued to the page. Then, that certain [...]

    6. Lynn Pribus on said:

      Thought this was going to be a five. Entertaining story and a narrative with wonderful wit.Examples: "I tried to fire back a blithe retort, but found the chamber empty. Click!""Chubby-cheeked, inscrutable, he nodded like a lightly tapped bobblehead, and left."It somehow bogged down a bit toward the end, but still retained enough humor, compassion, sorrow and delight to be a good strong four.

    7. Jennifer on said:

      I received this book free from a Giveaway. I enjoyed reading this book and the author's writing style. I am a fan of dark, depressing literature. I was actually a little disappointed that there was (view spoiler)[ such a happy ending and it just didn't seem that plausible. (hide spoiler)] Overall, it was a good quick read.

    8. Linda on said:

      This one surprised me. Not sure what I expected but I ended up enjoying it. It's like a darker A Man Called Ove or a funnier Notes From Underground.

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