Fat, Fifty & F***ed by Geoffrey McGeachin

March 31, 2008 at 2:03 pm | Posted in Books, Fiction, Reviews | Leave a comment

Fat, Fifty & F***ed by Geoffrey McGeachinWhether the title shocks or amuses you, this book is well worth reading. This really entertaining Australian adventure won the 2003 Australian Popular Fiction competition and though it does stretch the boundaries of reality at times, it is about a man having a mid-life crisis!!!

Martin Carter has a complete meltdown on his 50th birthday. Redundancy, danger, bitter truths, intrigue and romance, this book contains aspects that appeal to any adult reader.

Fat, Fifty & F***ed includes philosophical ideas about coffee, truck stop breakfasts, brown suede shoes, cancer and relationships. I feel this is a story written for film.


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