Sunday, 10 February 2013

all families are psychotic

Last month finished All Families Are Psychotic by Douglas Coupland. Soon after I started I was feeling like I should concentrate on reading books about British people, as I was finding it very unengaging and with ridiculous combinations of plot devices, but I got into it and enjoyed it as I've enjoyed most of his books which I've read, which is quite a lot of them, actually (I haven't been reading them in order consciously, but it is mostly the later ones which I have still to read). He's one of the contemporary writers I've read most of, and I like his writing style in general. Microserfs still my favourite.