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How I Got Skinny, Famous, and Fell Madly in Love
Ken Baker
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Hell is in New Jersey

So a few weeks ago I entered a contest for a book called "Hell is in New Jersey: I snickered and thought it was funny. So I saw it again yesterday and I could not enter all the contests I was tired, but this was one I HAD TO. AND I WON! I just want you to read the goodreads excerpt it sounds really good.

 

Hell is in New Jersey is inspired by the Etgar Keret short story A Souvenir of Hell. It follows a disillusioned 29-year-old named Dylan who has worked at Outer Shell gift shop for eleven years. The Outer Shell is located at the exit from Hell, where Inhabitants march in a straight line out of the exit, by the gift shop and back through the entrance. This was once a cultural phenomenon, now nobody cares. 

Fed up with his station in life and, infatuated with one of the dead women in the line, Dylan goes on a quest to leave his former life behind and, with the help of his two friends, sneak into Hell. 

Battling a throng of incompetent guards, a Devil with a speech impediment and a villain with a fake English accent Dylan eventually completes his quest and later realizes it was a horrible mistake. 

Hell is in New Jersey takes Keret's vision and adds a modern theme to it touching on the short attention span of the human race and the disenchantment in most of us.(less)
 
Paperback234 pages
Published September 13th 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
 
Sounds good right? And my streak continues lol! I must have a book fairy. 
 
Happy Sunday to everyone!!! Relax, read a book, watch some football, decorate for the holidays! We are :)