I don't know about you, but I'm going to rush right out and get in my pre-order.
Michael Pietsch, the publisher of Little, Brown and the editor of the novel, added that the author “takes agonizing daily events like standing in lines, traffic jams, and horrific bus rides — things we all hate — and turns them into moments of laughter and understanding.
“Although David did not finish the novel, it is a surprisingly whole and satisfying reading experience that showcases his extraordinary imaginative talents and his mixing of comedy and deep sadness in scenes from daily life.”
Did I say rush right out? I'm jetting to my nearest bookstore.
Little, Brown said it will release the book on – when else? – April 15.
All of which makes us wonder: is there publishing after death? Or simply corporate greed?
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