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Se not even he knows how it ends“Funny as hell searingly honest and urgently real Sam Pink’s Rontel puts to shame most modern fiction His writing perfectly captures the bizarre parade that is Chicago with all its gloriously odd and wonderful people This book possesses both the nerve of Nelson Algren and the existential comedy of Albert Camus” – Joe Meno. This is Chicago at the beginning of a very hot summer where it is 90 degrees even at night And no one has air conditioning And you just sweat all day and all night even after and during a shower It’s Chicago and it is terrible There are homeless people and hockey video games from 1997 Ride the bus and train around the city Witness a hostage situation in Uptown And play with RontelSam Pink’s books perfectly capture what it is like to live in Chicago The people you see on the bus and train The people you are forced to interact with on a daily basis I was reading this on the train and I felt like I was part of some secret like I was special and no one else on the train knew what was going on or what this is about Sam Pink’s books are good They are funny and depressing and they make me feel things Which is what I guess books are supposed to do Read his books feel things take beekeeping classes This is life

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Rontel Author Sam PiWe now enter Total Isolation Rontel is the story of one man’s odyssey through Chicago Follow him as he attempts to go to his last day of work Follow him through the subway as he considers stealing chips from a dancing baby Find him being threatened by a homeless man holding board games Take his hand as he considers building a hydraulic cocoon for his cat out. This book is amazing It had me in hysterics most often while I was walking around reading it in public places where I felt very conspicuousI think I relate too much to this insane characterThis is highly readable enjoyable experimental literature Some scenes might rub you the wrong way though eg the episode with the vulgar gay roommates I just don't see them befriending our hero at all but what do I know and are they too 'typed' Or is this just a reflection of overall discomfort with the world combined with the purely superficial nature of all his interactionsI can't say it's perfect there were some parts that didn't entirely fly with me but maybe it is perfect I don't know If I put it away for five months read it again and then laugh and enjoy it just as much the second time then I might declare it an eternal classic of world literatureIt's a tad short Apparently all the author's works are 'A tad' means 'very' I'd like to see what this author would do with a five hundred page novelMeanwhile I feel pretty confident I'm going to read all of Sam Pink's booksWho would see that there are hot styles and then not just immediately go there

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Rontel Author Sam Pink Characters Ò 102 ´ We now enter Total Isolation Rontel is the story of one man’s odyssey through Chicago Follow him as he attempts to go to his last day of work Follow him through the subway as he considers stealing chips from a dancing baby Find him being threatened by a homeless man holding board games Take his hanOf a complimentary duffel bag Walk the streets of Uptown as a cop killer takes hostages to the roof of an apartment building Meet his friends Just kidding Follow him to his neighbor’s apartment where he gets paid in pumpkin pie to watch a baby Follow him through through the dull pains of never uite becoming an adult Sit back laugh smile hold your breath becau. This is a stream of consciousness slice of life novella about a depressed guy with suicidal tendencies walking around Chicago for a day Oh and it has nothing resembling a plot Nearly all the “action” of the piece takes place in the main character’s head And yet despite all of this it’s a highly entertaining and funny read Recommended to those who aren't put off by anything written in the first few sentences of this review