add the road to los angeles by john fante. He is very easy to read, much like Kurt Vonnegut. I read his book overnight.
i read that again yesterday it's a good book about LIFE. I think him and Dostoevsky are some of the most realistic writers I have ever read. Very few other writers can write believable characters, that seem to be real and have real psychologies. Probably both of these writers are so realistic because they write about themselves.
Right now I'm reading Kafka's the trial and he's so fucking boring i hate him so far why do people like him? It is an intriguing book but still irritating and if I saw kafka writing this book i would punch him in the face.
alright the first quarter or third of the trial is shit. I don't know if it's because I have a bad translation or what, but the common dialogue is so horrible. Now that I'm almost done with it, it has gotten better, and it strikes me as hilarious that all the courts are in attics
when this guy talks to him he says that there's scarcely an attic in town that doesn't have a court of inquiry in it.