Book Reviews of WATER METHOD MAN

WATER METHOD MAN
WATER METHOD MAN
Author: John irving
ISBN-13: 9780671822545
ISBN-10: 0671822543
Publication Date: 10/1/1978
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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One of Irving's early novels, this book kept me in stitches. I liked it.
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this was a really good book. typical irving.
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absurd and humorous. your teenager should love it.
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Not my favorite John Irving, but I am glad I read it.
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From the author of "The Cider House Rules" and "The World According to Garp" comes a novel filled with comedy, chaos, and sharp observation.
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I'm a huge fan of John Irving's. This is his 2nd book, I believe-after Hotel New Hampshire.
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Book Description
The main character of John Irving's second novel, written when the author was twenty-nine, is a perpetual graduate student with a birth defect in his urinary tract--and a man on the threshold of committing himself to a second marriage that bears remarkable resemblance to his first....
"Three or four times as funny as most novels."
THE NEW YORKER
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Classic John Irving. Like World According to Garp features a thoroughly developed and fascinating character in Bogus Trumper.
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Good book
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The main character of John Irving's second novel, written when the author was twenty-nine, is a perpetual graduate student with a birth defect in his urinary tract--and a man on the threshold of committing himself to a second marriage that bears remarkable resemblance to his first....