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F endless possibility I did not know what to expect when I began this novel not know what to expect when I began this novel Brian Krans first novel A Constant Suicide is well "written and developed It sucked me in right away The story jumps around from present to "and developed It sucked me in right away The story jumps around from present to to excerpts from a journal entry and back to
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present The were easy to identify with We all can look back to college years and remember the pressures and stigmas and cliches Everyone will get something different out of this book Sometimes the people you are closest to are the farthest away I really enjoyed this book I read it in two sittings and could not stop reading The characters are like real people I have met and the story definitely helped me. Han takes Chris nder his wing sharing basement revelry traditions and introducing him to campus terrorism with a few hundred dollars' worth of innocent fish as victims Everything seems fine ntil Ethan puts a gun in his mouth sopho year Chris has. Brian Kran s debut novel A Constant Suicide is to be commended for the accuracy of its title Indeed reading this novel Suicide is to be commended for the accuracy of its title Indeed reading this novel akin to repeatedly slashing your wrists or ramming into a bridge abutment at 100 mph It makes a compelling case for the sweet release of suicide if only to save oneself the psychological damage of having to read a second offering from the same novelist A Constant Suicide should be reuired reading for incoming college freshmen Brian Kran s debut novel is brutally honest about the struggle for identity and the tragic conseuences sometimes associated with it I d recommend this book to those college bound and to those who d Like To Reminisce About A to reminisce about a of life full Image Sin Suicide Blame College isn't all kegs and eggs Chris feels "Like A Loser He's Sick Of His "a loser He's sick of his high school life of obedience and order He goes to college craving something else but knows he won't find it on his own The socially adept Et. .

Cope with the realities of death
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THE BUY got this book off a list from Yahoo answers of books that are like fight club thought I d give this one a tryI found that it started with the philosophy of the antagonist being pushed into every other character however I found the last 3 arters of the book very good How on earth can you condemn this novel I love it It is really great work and I very much love the word sage and imagery throughout I found the looking hindsight style the novel to be very interesting and engaging I was always wondering what really happened The novel reads like a memoir and do not doubt that the author s own personal experiences helped to shape this wor. To find out why experiences helped to shape this wor. To find out why envy of so many chose suicide as his way out He won't like the answers Part memoir part fiction this portrayal of the nderside of campus life intertwines sarcasm and skepticism to define a culture seeking the never ending party.