Y is for Fidelity

Y is for Fidelity Meet Ian Tellman a thirty five year old sysadmin for Inmerica an insurance and financial services company located in downtown Chicago His passions include Phil Collins Lipton Ice Tea PS spending

  • Title: Y is for Fidelity
  • Author: Logan Ryan Smith
  • ISBN: 9781536962376
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Paperback
  • Meet Ian Tellman, a thirty five year old sysadmin for Inmerica, an insurance and financial services company located in downtown Chicago His passions include Phil Collins, Lipton Ice Tea, PS4, spending time alone, and classic BBC programs, especially ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL When this socially awkward, lonely man meets Benoit, his mysterious new roommate with a slighMeet Ian Tellman, a thirty five year old sysadmin for Inmerica, an insurance and financial services company located in downtown Chicago His passions include Phil Collins, Lipton Ice Tea, PS4, spending time alone, and classic BBC programs, especially ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL When this socially awkward, lonely man meets Benoit, his mysterious new roommate with a slight, unplaceable accent and murky past, Ian s passions and social life expand and blossom in ways he never would have imagined But Benoit has some secrets that leave Ian fearful for his life and intrigued to know After all, they re destined to be the best of friends And, as it turns out, Ian s got a few secrets of his own Whose will be revealed first Tune in to Y IS FOR FIDELITY during its regularly scheduled time to find out

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    1. My new book. It's about friendship and, you know, coming of age in, you know, your mid-thirties, and, you know, lots of happy and totally relatable, likable shit, you know. Buy it.

    2. When we first meet 35-year-old Ian Tellman, he's watching his favorite BBC program (All Creatures Great and Small, of course!) and then hiding in his kitchen from a potential visitor. Soon after he's on his lunch break nibbling his egg salad sandwich and sipping on a can of Lipton Ice Tea, desperate for the courage to talk to his work crush Katharine (or really, anyone) about his odd new roommate Benoit. As with Logan Ryan Smith's previous books, though, it's best not to draw any conclusions abo [...]

    3. What can I say about this book? The first few chapters I had literally laughed out loud an endless amount of times. I was instantly hooked. Then I got really mad at the protagonist. Towards the middle of the novel I found myself becoming disgusted with him and this lasted throughout, till nearly the end when I also began to feel very resentful towards him. Eventually ending with a frustrating feeling (I didn't like the ending. It didn't satisfy my needs). Logan Ryan Smith made me experience so m [...]

    4. It was a good read. I started it last night and just finished it about a hour ago. If I didn't have to sleep or doing anything around the house I would have finished it earlier. I kept wondering what was going go happen next. It wasn't until I was almost through with it that I realized what was going on. So when I got to the end it wasn't no surprise, but it sure was good.

    5. A story that teaches you to choose your shrink wisely.I read this novel right after "My eyes are black holes" by the same author and I loved it because I love weird books that make me experience emotions that don't feel fake.In the first chapter Ian, a main character, is a harmless nerd - you don't fall in love with him but he's kinda cute. His roommate on the other hand sounds like a possible abuser with anger management problems and a dangerous guy. Katherine, Ian's crush at work sounds like a [...]

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