Chameleon in a Candy Store: Volume 2 (Oxygen Thief Diaries)
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And when fulfilling our desires isn't enough anymore we want to become the object of other's desire.
If you've never dealt with the situations written about, or you aren't a little depraved yourself, it could seem shocking and uncomfortable. This book isn't for everyone, but if you're into deeply personal and raw literature this one is for you. With my defenses reduced to rubble around me, I felt it was time to surrender or self-destuct, Or maybe I yearned for the familiarity of unhappiness, choosing self-sabotage over uncertainty, I’d rather fuck it up than not know.This is a book mostly about the author's issues with sex, which means there will be attempts to shock you. Yes, of course, I saw attractive women every- where, but compared to Marian they were just unknown accumulations of organs and limbs.
You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. If people hated the first book because of graphic nature, then this one definitely took the cake between both works. Indeed the degradation of women continues, and the thoughtless ploys for attention are stated by the author (making a fake woman-dating online account to sell more copies is clearly written about, as well as the author including an interaction "outing" him as the author (Oh whoops, I accidentally mentioned my company's name in the first book? I'd describe his online dating endeavors as probably standard among those who have tried it, and he doesn't exactly provide a new perspective.While this is by no means a literary masterpiece by Hemingway or Fitzgerald, it's a disgustingly entertaining piece that chronicles the thoughts and feelings of an ex-alcoholic misogynist who is apathetic to any form of emotional attachment and committed relationship. It’s a pursuit that quickly becomes a dangerous fixation, often requiring even more creativity and deception than his award-winning ad campaigns. The obscured pages of getting where you are now, the people you met, the briefest love you shared, the secret you're too ashamed to admit. If anything I felt more played because I could see how it is a continuation but at the same time not. When the story starts out, he is seeing a french girl he had met when he had first come to the Us, she has been new to the US as well.
Broken people learn how to keep the peace at the expense of our own needs, We merged into any given situation. Meanwhile he is surviving his job as a commercial marketer where is coworkers drive him absolutely insane. This leads him to finally start healing now that he understands part of his actions taken place now.
We are left with the feeling that the narrator will create all sorts of "covertising" and that we should henceforth be wary in all our online dealings. I didn't think anything would be able to top Diary of an Oxygen theif, which is one of my all time favourite books! I've always found it difficult for me to get into a good book that I can relate to in some sort of way. Here, the author seems to start writing an actual story, and I got to the end of the book feeling like I had just started a new novel (which was perhaps the intent).
As anyone who’s seen me recently knows, I loved diary of an oxygen thief - it’s catapulted to one of my favourite all time books, so when I discovered it was the first of a trilogy I was beyond excited. Maybe I got sick of listening to the dude ramble about sex for so long (Spoiler alert: it's the whole book). Just as brutal as the first one Mr Anonymous manages to “take your breath away and spit it right back in your face” while managing to pull one of the greatest marketing schemes i’ve read about. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others.Anonymous is back with the intoxicating, darkly dangerous, and wildly addictive sequel to his New York Times bestselling debut novel Diary of an Oxygen Thief. So what he does is that he sabotaged his already perfect relationship because the more he felt happy, the more it will hurt in the future.