Home Land by Sam Lipsyte

The novel is a darkly humorous account of a man named Lewis Miner, aka "Teabag," who is living a less-than-successful life. Lewis, who is in his thirties, writes hilariously bitter and sarcastic updates to his high school alumni newsletter, detailing his various failures in love, work, and life in general. The book is a biting satire of American life and the concept of success, filled with black humor and sharp, witty writing.

The 5575th greatest book of all time


Published
2004
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
240
Words
54,000
Original Language
English

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