Have A Nice Weekend

Have a Nice Weekend - Ian Ellis After finishing this book and reading reviews of it by other people I have to wonder if I was reading a different book than them. I found myself having to struggle to get through this book. The main character, Will, is a pathetic man with no ambition who is constantly complaining about the stupidest things. The book is just filled with his complaining and lays out his failed marriage. His ex-wife isn't exactly faultless and I didn't find much to like about her and was unable to really connect with her. In the last couple pages Will realizes the error of his ways and decides to change but by that point I really didn't care. This book just wasn't for me.[I received this book from a LibraryThing Member's giveaway, that in no way affects the content of my review.]