I Regret Everything (Paperback)
A Love Story
Europa Editions, 9781609452476, 256pp.
Publication Date: February 3, 2015
A skilled satirist with a talent for biting humor, Greenland creates fully realized characters that quickly reveal themselves as complex renderings of the human condition – at its very best, and utter worst. I Regret Everything explores happiness and heartache with a healthy dose of skepticism, and an understanding that the reality of love encompasses life, death, iambic pentameter, regret, trusts and estates.
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Praise For I Regret Everything: A Love Story…
Praise for I Regret Everything
"Affecting and funny."—The New York Times
“Edgy and sweet, witty and wise, I Regret Everything is rollicking good fun. It’s also, in the end, a deeply moving love story between two unforgettable characters discovering what it means to truly be alive.”—Maria Semple, author of Where’d You Go Bernadette
“Greenland hits all the right notes…His playful, well-crafted writing captures personality or atmosphere in a few phrases, and the characters’ self-assessments reveal the rich inner lives driving their actions. Their love comes from the mind as much as the heart, in a poignant story of dreams and the way they can crash into the reality of the dreamers.”—Booklist
“Greenland, a former writer for the TV show Big Love, has a clear and snappy handle on the New York City worlds of M.F.A.s, M.F.A. dropouts, and poetry workshops, as well as their counterpoint in the Sutton Place penthouses of Jeremy’s wealthy clients.”—Publishers Weekly
Praise for The Angry Buddhist
“The Angry Buddhist is a great novel. It’s satirical, it’s political, it’s sexual. All the things that I love dearly. Finally, something to come home to.” –Larry David, Creator of Curb Your Enthusiasm and Seinfeld
“A wild entertainment as well as a novel about the way we live now that dares to dance with the profound.” –L.A. Times
“The Angry Buddhist approaches all its characters with reliable misanthropy (not for nothing does Larry David provide this book’s most visible blurb). And its story unfolds with dexterous ease… a fine, high-end beach read for this election season.” –New York Times