Posted by Jason Diamond

Public Enemies by Bernard-Henri Lévy and Michel Houellbecq

Random House, 2011

I put Public Enemies down after 100 pages of admitting to myself that I really didn’t care about Bernard-Henri Lévy and Michel Houellbecq writing letters to each other.  The whole thing was really boring, and I was waiting for the part where Lévy wrote saying, “Michel, we should stop all this foolishness.  I will take you shopping for white shirts, and then we can make out.”

Sadly, that never happened, and now I feel like  stupid, dirty American for admitting this.

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