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9 Reddit comments about post office: A Novel:

u/[deleted] · 15 pointsr/AskReddit

The following are some of my favorite books that I could think of off the top of my head. Hopefully you dig the list.

u/RegularCars · 5 pointsr/cars

Ok. You don't really like books. You're a kind man with a nice marriage. You live in a hip part of Philly. You travel a lot.

Here's an opposite book about all those things.

u/moom · 3 pointsr/AskReddit


  • I've never read either of the books you mention.
  • I have only read books by one of the two authors you mention.
  • Of the one author you mention whose books I have read, I haven't read any for, uh, over two decades now.
  • I am pretty much ignoring your examples, and just going off of "my next fiction read".

    With all that said:

    Post Office

    by Charles Bukowski
u/NottaNoveltyAccount · 2 pointsr/suggestmeabook

Post Office by Bukowski is a great choice. Short, raunchy, deep, weird and engaging. You'll wanna read it multiple times.

u/GlassArrow · 1 pointr/ifyoulikeblank

I'd suggest the short novel "Post Office" by Charles Bukowski and if you love the dark humor and grittiness of that you'll love Bukowski's book "Ham on Rye."

u/nopesec · 1 pointr/pics

I think you should get a bottle of wine and read post office by Charles Bukowski if you haven't.

He's a wonderful drunken dirty old man who hates everything and yet works at the post office for over fifteen years during two stints.

Post Office was his first novel and anything big outside of a few poems and his column "Notes of a Dirty Old Man", he was able to get a bit of national fame and ran with it.

He's a great binge read, but a shit man to emulate.

u/abplayer · 1 pointr/books

Aha - got it!

Post Office: A Novel by Charles Bukowski

One of the most truthful funny novels I've ever read. 208 pages.