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Faber Stories a landmark series of individual volumes presents masters of the short story form at work in a range of genres and styles You try every trick in the book to keep her You write her letters You drive her to work You uote Neruda You try it all but one day she w I m not sure what possessed me to read anything written by this absolute creep But what a creepy asshole of a protagonist Couldn t finish Couldn t pay me to finish

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The Cheater's Guide to Love

Ill simply sit up in bed and say No In Yunior a Dominican American writer and Harvard professor Junot Daz has created an irresistibly erratic protagonist who sweeps you up in the poetic energy of his speech as he rehearses a broad repertoire of bad behaviourOriginally th I love Junot Diaz s prose I always think his character Yunior is kind of a dick but I like him anyway The half life of love is forever was an amazing lineclimax

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E climactic tale in the chain linked This is How You Lose Her 'The Cheater's Guide to Love' is a superb standalone song of decadence and experienceBringing together past present and future in our ninetieth year Faber Stories is a celebratory compendium of collectable wor I like the erratic pace and the rhythm of this story And also the cruelty of narration toward its characters is eye catching Never giving a moment of rest to the them and their misery This story has no therapeutic characteristic it s just a stream of shit happening and no one is safe except for the ending which is a start And I like how it ends But I wonder why this story is written What sort of pain or itch has directed the writer towards this story This I don t get


10 thoughts on “The Cheater's Guide to Love

  1. says:

    WELCOME TO DECEMBER PROJECTlast year i carved out my own short story advent calendar as my project for december and it was so much fun i decided to do it again this year so each day during the month of december i will be reading a short story and doing the barest minimum of a review because ain't no one got time for that and i'm already so fa

  2. says:

    I have never been a fan of insensitive men I recognize my personal bias I have always been the super sensitive one the one who cherishes conversations about feelings and the notion of putting other people first Though I know my personality comes with setbacks I find it even harder to stomach characters like Yunior the protagonist of The Cheater's Guide to Love who cheats on his fiance with 50 other women and perpetuates a cycle

  3. says:

    I’m not sure what possessed me to read anything written by this absolute creep But what a creepy asshole of a protagonist Couldn’t finish Couldn’t pay me to finish

  4. says:

    I was idling away a few minutes one night when the link to this story in the New Yorker came up in my newsfeed I clicked on it I read a few sentences I read And and I had been avoiding Diaz for a few years now because I didn't think I wanted to read about a serial cheater But Cheating does NOT end well in this story So cathartic This was SO

  5. says:

    100% latinoI loved itI think it was perfection from beginning to end Me encantó all the SpanglishIt was raw funny and serious all at the same t

  6. says:

    I love Junot Diaz's prose I always think his character Yunior is kind of a dick but I like him anyway The half life of love is forever was an amazing lineclimax

  7. says:

    Dammmmmmmmn I pick up This is How You Lose Her on and off again because I'm no good with short story collections and I'm guessing that this is

  8. says:

    This story were pretty heart rendering actually A guy cheated on his girlfriend then stumble upon the fallout and labeled as problematic man for he cheated with 50 other girls But the story gets better as he tried to set his life again when he realised that he actually lost something precious His path to somewha

  9. says:

    I like the erratic pace and the rhythm of this story And also the cruelty of narration toward its characters is eye catching Never giving a moment of rest to the them and their misery This story has no therapeutic characteristic it's just a stream of shit happening and no one is safe except for the ending which is a start And I like how it ends But I wonder why this story is written What sort of pain or itch has directe

  10. says:

    One of the best short stories I have read since forevermaybe since Nine Stories by JD Salinger Is it raw salacious and liberally sprinkled with Spanish Yes and although some have criticized it for these things they are part of what makes it great It takes you on a journey through a troubled but ultimately lovable