A classic tale of a boy growing to adulthood, struggling with good and evil, and with superficial ideals.
I hadn’t enjoyed a novel this much in a long time. I found it particularly compelling given that I related so well, yet it was published in a much different time period (1919).
It also contains what is probably the best description of a hangover I will ever read.
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