By Glenn A. Bruce
Danny Olaf is by myself at “the finish of mankind in this planet.” The time isn't really too some distance within the (your) destiny and Danny is the final guy on the earth. each person else is just gone—or not-so-simply. Arthur Mencken—no relation—threw like a woman. It’s advanced. yet Danny is right here to inform us—whether we're right here to learn it or not—what the fuck happened?!
Just so that you know.
Dear Me! is the pressing, cautionary story (told a ways too overdue to do any strong) of ways one Daniel Olfason (aka Danny Olaf) grew to become the final guy on the earth by means of now not opting for Arthur for intramural softball (see: aforementioned debility), thereby inspiring Arthur to promise at that very second: to kill each guy, lady and baby on earth—except Danny.
Just to get even.
As narrator, Danny is at turns trustworthy and unreliable, reckoning on your (or his) viewpoint in the intervening time. bankruptcy sequences are damaged up with “actual fictional” entries in Danny’s (actual fictional) magazine to provide much-needed narcissistic irrelevance to the already self-involved Americanized court cases. Danny leaves no sundry stone unturned, no frightening embarrassment unconfessed, and no, good, whatever un-whatever’d.
Just to be clear.
While Danny plows via his lifestyles tale as an outspoken atheist’s son and a wandering woman’s most sensible boyfriend, putting out with a band of substance- and belief-challenged buddies in “our solipsistic, socially-retarded society,” Arthur is planning—and worse, cracking—his Plan (For the entire Extermination of every person yet Danny Olaf).
The tone of the unconventional is pitch-black every now and then, informed in matches and spurts of comedian discomfort and loathing, with very little regard for politically right political correctness. as an alternative, Dan prefers truth!—even if he has to misinform inform it. during this approach, Danny Olaf is Everyman. until eventually the top, while he's purely guy, and every little thing is, or has turn into, fairly speaking:
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Dear Me!: or The History of the End of the World as We Knew It, Told As I See It, or More Accurately, Saw It by Daniel R. Olafson by Glenn A. Bruce