Indecision by Benjamin Kunkel
Reviewed by Jay McInerney
Publishers Weekly called it “annoying but accomplished.” And Michiko Kakutani had already reviewed it positively—in the voice of Holden Caulfield.
LEAST-FAVORABLE PART OF THE REVIEW
“Indecision seems at times to have been constructed from a kit in which all the ingredients of the modern American bildungsroman have been laid out methodically.”
Has kept busy with lit mag n+1, but recently seemed bothered enough by lack of respect (and sales?) to strike back at a writer who called Indecision “chick lit.”