"Now, if you’re like me, you may be skeptical of any book about a man with a pet penguin."

The 1996 novel Death and the Penguin is a fast-paced, witty read and what critic John Powers calls “an almost perfect novel.” (via nprfreshair)

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  7. jmoening said: Perfect, except the ending was like that in Antonioni’s “Blow Up” — anticlimactic and existential.
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