Sometimes I use a pencil.
Pens? Not so much.
on Sep. 15, 2010 :
I adored the writing in this and the witty, sarcastic Daniel Ford was a perfectly written character. I very much enjoyed this book, but will admit to being a bit perplexed by the ending. All and all a worthy read.
(reviewed 66 days after purchase)
on July 08, 2010 :
Daniel’s Inferno is a commendable and heartfelt portrayal of a common man’s journey to hell and back. In this well-paced and comfortably sized memoir, we meet Daniel Ford, a man irresistibly drawn to California’s beautiful central pacific region along with the equally beautiful women he meets along the way. Daniel is honest and good-natured with an interesting and unique sense of humor. He learns that everything happens accidentally… and for a reason. This is a great piece of “meaningless popular fiction.” The honesty and truthfulness of these accounts are this book’s most striking and refreshing qualities. Be prepared and watchful for his hidden and subtle jokes, often times so plain to the eye they end up easy to miss. Overall, a great story and I would highly recommend the purchase. 5 stars and 2 thumbs with all 8 fingers up!
(reviewed the day of purchase)