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Discuss the May 2013 book of the month "The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared" by Jonas Jonasson
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I read the book a few years ago and loved it so much!
I mean, it was informative, funny, and full of adventures. What else do you want from a book?
He is 100 years old! What an amazing and eventful life he had!
And hey guys, have you read the second book? I haven’t, yet. But I will! Let’s make that a book of the month as well?
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Fran wrote: 21 May 2013, 15:51 The May Book of the Month is The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson
If you have read the book please use this topic to discuss it. If you have not read the book please be aware this topic may contain spoilers.
I saw the movie and loved it. Is it worth reading the book still? Or does the movie cover everything in the book?
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This is by far one of my favorite books ever. It is so bizarre and fun. I love Alan's nonchalant responses to any occurrence. It also helps you to take on life a bit more lightly and with a dash of humor. I've read it twice and always find myself laughing out loud. There's not a friend in my life that has not yet been strongly urged by me to give it a try.
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This book was fantastic. I was seeking something humorous and enjoyable after a recent trauma of my own. The plot of this book is so much fun, and it is amusing, smart, and informative. I repeatedly lolled when I saw this.
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I remember laughing my ass off reading this book
I would totally recommend
It was a qui and easy read
I’m going to get an actual physical copy soon
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