Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Why Liv? by Jon Sebastian Shifrin


Why Liv?Why Liv? by Jon Sebastian Shifrin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

An entertaining page-turning story...

The great escape from office life are thoughts which flood the minds of many people living in quiet desperation of yet another day on the job. Why Liv? by Jon Sebastian Shifrin tells the story of a corporate employee in his 20s disillusioned with his job, his shallow girlfriend, his narcissistic parents and the current political landscape he finds himself in. So, he up sticks and moves to Spain.

George Bernard Shaw once said, “The problem with political jokes is that they get elected.” People enjoy political humor because it’s something that everyone can relate to. The public generally blames the government for everything, so everyone basically appreciates humor in politics. In truth, this particular source of hilarity is almost always delivered in a satire-like manner.

Why Liv? is cleverly written and witty. This book is a satire, and a good one. It’s an entertaining, page-turning story that will keep the reader involved. The core of the story ‘humbly attempts to offer a reason to persevere in these difficult times.’


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