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"Walking Spanish down the hall"

It's difficult to be brief about Joshua Ferris's superb novel, Then We Came to the End. I never say that I look forward to re-reading a new book unless I mean it, but I'm rarely as sure that I will re-read it as I am in this case. Books this delightful to read don't generally pose sticky moral questions. So light is Mr Ferris's touch that it's possible just to enjoy the ride and shrug off the doubts that it raises about the health of corporate life even at its most creative. I dare you to try!


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