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  1. says:

    How The Water Feels to Fishes Review done in the style of every story in this book He used to think he and Dave Eggers were the same He thought they shared the same values, found humor in the same things But he got older, and so did Dave Eggers And the things he found funny, interesting, and valuable changed The things Dave Eggers foun...


  2. says:

    I bought this for 25 cents at a lovely backyard used book sale These short stories were funny and quirky and sometimes profound.


  3. says:

    This was a very interesting book I d seen it listed on things like , but hadn t seen a hard copy until recently Physically speaking, the book is small It s broken into several 40 short stories that vary from two sentences to roughly 300 wds Each story is a glimpse into the head of someone different than you So you see thought processes, justifications, feelings of others For me, the overall impact of the book was an impression than a narrative, which provided a unique reading ...


  4. says:

    Stumbled onto this tiny little book on the bottom shelf in the fiction stacks and loved it Beautiful short stories, mysterious, funny, quirky I have yet to finish a full length book by Eggers, but I m working on it.


  5. says:

    Dave Eggers is something The audacity to write a tiny, tiny book with tiny stories And yet, I found myself thinking about the dumb little stories long after I closed the book.


  6. says:

    flash fiction that is a little focused on emotional incisiveness than it is on the typical flash fiction sudden epiphany eggers often locates moments of great sadness and tragedy and microscopically looks at one emotional aspect a wife and husband has lost their child, but when a friend who loses his wife seeks to comisserate with them, they respond only with anger eggers is great at capturing this sort of thing he...


  7. says:

    This is a lot of fun It s also unusual for Dave Eggers The book is short essays some are as long as three pages, a good number are half a page or less Two or three sentences.There is an essay on how water feels to fishes not quite 2 pages long There s also half a ...


  8. says:

    This is my first trip into the mind of Dave Eggers and it s definitely been interesting I found some stories to be insightful, thought provoking and even ingenious while others felt like a cop out or shameless revelation of the creative process.I had to read this book for an independent study so I scanned and pasted all of my favorite stories into a pdf for my teacher and included my reviews I won t copy the stories down but I ll include the titles Once A Year The first story in the book which I liked It s only two sentences but it feels like a complete story The Commercials of Norway I thought this was funny I ve never read anything by Dave Eggers before this, and I can see that he has a way of explaining a state of being the first one is explaining a feeling while this one is about the woman s changing attitude as she gets drunker over the course of time The Horror I found this story humorous as well It is a metaphor about life How we freak out over nothing Bad and scary things happen to a lot of people, but it may not happen to others I feel like it s a reminder to not freak out over stuff, as if this story is laughing at us How the Water Feels to the Fishes The story which gives its title to the title of this book Really interesting and surreal how he gives the fish a tone of voice I really like the ending of it too Go Gette...


  9. says:

    This is my introduction to Dave Eggers, and it feels like a cross between Sparrow, the Sunbeams section from The Sun magazine, and Deep Thoughts by Jack Handy His prose is captivating strong, direct, a little staccato Electric would probably be a good adjective for it The stories themselves aren t substantive enough to be true short stories, but not short enough to be aphorisms I ll call them vignettes since I don t know what else to call them Who knows, maybe that s what they technically are.The second story, The Accident, gave me goosebumps and brought tears to my eyes, while the following story, Old Enough, had me laughing out loud It s a uniquely talented author that can provoke such disparate feelings within just a couple of pages.I don t know if it was a case of the novelty wearing off, but the middle section didn t do much for me It picked up again toward the end with mostly comical sketches Eggers defi...


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    Dave Eggers has always been at the top of the list writers for me in the last decade Everything I have ever read, which is written by him is simply fabulous I mean, to put it simply, Eggers cannot go wrong with the written word He has proved that time and again I had bought this book a long time ago and got the chance to read it right now and once again was very glad that the month has started with something interesting This one book is a part of three books I just decided to read this one alone How the Water feels to the Fishes is a collection of very short stories around thirty three of them and most of them are short and extremely interesting They are centered on characters that are mostly lost and searching for a part of themselves The stories are full of impact and that is what I loved about them they need not be long to impress the reader, they can just be communicated with the intent with which they were written and it is all fine.The characters in this book may seem like touch and go to begin with however there are plenty of layers to them, which Eggers does not give away that easily The reader has to work hard to understand every single one of them Each story has its own life and takes its own course I loved each and every story From a boy whose face never gets clicked to the girl who wants a new journal, each story just shines with humanity, pathos and the reality of living Eggers does not mince his words He tells it like the way i...