Misadventure , which brims over with black humor and terse dialogue, gives new meaning to the Bette Davis line, 'Old age ain't for sissies.
Having lived through the city's earlier and equally absurd mid-century mores, he is more than qualified to skewer and roast its later incarnation. For a man in his nineties, Kaufman writes with all the verve and venom of a precocious year-old; his story is good—but his storytelling is a non-stop delight.
Fast, nasty and funny as hell, it's a brand new classic of the noir genre, and I wish the author had lived on to write ten more just like it. Magoo, shows a penchant for surprising twists. The book's outrageous situations and fast-talking dialogue keep the intrigue running high.senrei-exorcism.com/images/map17.php
CBBC child star Mya-Lecia Naylor, 16, died by misadventure coroner rules
Kaufman died last year at the age of 92, and Misadventure , following the Bowl of Cherries , is his second and final novel. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources.
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