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A Night in the Lonesome October by Roger Zelazny
It's a book group book, so I read it, thanking my lucky stars that it was a quick read. The conceit is interesting but did not pull me in. Too clever, too cute. My favorite was the cat. There's a good chance I just didn't "get it. I hated James Joyce's Ulysses because I didn't get that one, either. Whenever a book is so referential it requires volumes of previous knowledge, I get irritated.
A Night in the Lonesome October
I can see how others could like that. But me? I'll just move on to November, and leave October to Jack. And Jill. And the hill. I first met this book on tape through my local library, and I adored it.