Paul O'Rourke is a man out of touch with modern life. While his dental practice occupies his days, his nights are filled with darker thoughts, as he alternately marvels at and rails against the optimism of the rest of humanity.
So it goes, until someone begins to impersonate Paul online. What began as an outrageous violation of privacy soon becomes something far more soul-frightening: the possibility that the virtual 'Paul' might be a better version…
"Frenetic, very funny, it confirms Ferris as a rising star of American fiction" (Mail on Sunday)
"Dismayingly funny in the way that only really serious books can be" (Guardian)
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Campbell Scott is wonderfull.But the book itself after a F1 start becomes slower, the story artificially unrealistic. Fun gives way to pathetic moralistic sermons. I cought myself pretty often watching the time indication to see when it is over
Do not know yet
Some pages in the first part are really funny
No because the story is already too long
I guess it is difficult to identify with the main character unless you feel youself desperate, despising the way you live your life,uncapable of having functional relations with others