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Pantone Blues by [Lucifer, G.]
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4.8 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 643 KB
  • Print Length: 386 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1291086730
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008HSH42O
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #399,402 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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People often think the Bible (and many other work of fiction) to be the greatest story ever told in the history of mankind.

Then along came Alien, and actually, the idea of a little alien bursting out of John Hurt's stomach in the canteen is a little more amusing than a depressed hippy nailed up to a telegraph pole being held up by tent pegs.

Point being, there's always something better round the corner that can surpass your expectation, Pantone Blues is that example, it's the perfect definition of a guilty pleasure given that the story are almost entirely non-fiction and also rigorously difficult not to laugh at other's misfortune (in this case, Lucifer's), it's hard not to rate it as highly as the award-winning film of John Hurt's exploding stomach; Alien.

I do fancy some Hob Nobs thought, I just put that in the end of the title to remind myself to get some more.
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Now that I have this excellent collection if short stories to read I won't have to thrash one out every time I go to the toilet at work. Thank you Lucifer!
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Just as everyone predicted, I am a complete failure and I'm quite sure it will all end in tears, probably during a stint in jail. I have six children, all of which are fictional, and I'm currently unemployed. My ongoing struggle with alcoholism, the only thing that makes my life worth living, has left me unable to get or sustain erections...

I often find trouble when stringing together the most basic of sentences and I lose my breath during the simple daily task of climbing out of my single bed, usually in the late afternoon. I get through the long and lonely nights wondering if I would actually have a personality if only I had someone to share it with...

I have an obsessive hatred for people that call themselves survivors and, until now, I didn't believe love existed. People only want an audience, a witness to their selfish achievements who can also pat their bruised ego when they fail. Sometimes I feel something pressing and pushing in the back of my mind, its hard to describe but it feels like me. It feels like me, only worse...

I avoid the agony of having to force a smile whilst being patronized by the firm handshake of a 'successful' acquaintance during a chance meeting in the street by never looking anybody in the eye...

If you are in any way struck down with a similar malaise, the usual way to deal with all this is illegal drugs, legal drugs in medically discouraged combinations and quantities or to numb yourself with alcohol.

But now, now you can buy this book.

I thought the happiest moment in my life had already happened and then I read Pantone Blues.

Chapeau.
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A collection of short stories that anyone who has worked in a dead end job will relate to. The suffocation of being trapped with the kind of people you would never choose to spend time with, simply because you need to earn some money.
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Lucifer is the only sane man in the asylum of a Northern print works. His tragicomic observations of the surreal situations that his colleagues create are as hilarious as they are disturbing.

Now I find myself trapped between hoping that he escapes from the insanity; and hoping that he's caught there forever, mining a rich seam of the inane and stupid for our amusement.
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Picked it up on the recommendation of a friend. I'd advise you find a friend and get them to recommend it to you.

It's achingly funny. Horrific, of course, but achingly funny.

Most of the characters defy belief and it's reaffirmed my decision never to visit 'the north'.
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Have followed Lucifer's blog since the beginning, so glad to be able to finally have them all in one place.

Ideal coffee table book - if you are very very weird.
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At last, a collection of Lucifer's incredible stories all in one place.

One of the funniest and darkest books out there. A must buy.
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