Tran Khoa Khoa itibaren Prigi, Todanan, Blora Regency, Central Java, Endonezya
Young Boswell strikes out to make a life for himself in London. Along the way he discovers some of the painful lessons of life. Such as: sometimes your father really does know best, never try to get a favor out of an "important person," the importance of forging strong friendships, and, ultimately, don't keep hooking up with loose women in the park. Some of the minutia of his life are a little tedious (much like reading most blogs), and the highlights of conversions can be very hard to follow. But his observations about society of the day, and his own desire to make something of himself, are refreshingly candid.
I am always cruious what Mr. King will try to make you wrap around your brain. But this was a great book, disturbing, but great nonetheless.