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Name  Paul Neilan

Role  Novelist
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Books  Apathy and Other Small Victories

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Paul Neilan is an American novelist, writer of Apathy and Other Small Victories.

Apathy follows Shane, a directionless and hopelessly apathetic man in his mid-twenties, and has been compared to Benjamin Kunkel's Indecision,[1] possibly part of a trend of novels focusing on directionless people of an unusually young age for such restlessness. The book is described by Max Barry as being the 'funniest book he'd ever read'[2] and a review in Daily Kos characterized it as "magnificent, one-of-kind, immensely interesting, a five star must-read, and hilarious",[3] but a review in Booklist characterized it as "Juvenile fun for undiscerning lads with two hours to kill."[4]

Paul has three brothers, John, Michael, and Ryan. He is the second oldest, followed by Michael and then Ryan. He has 3 nieces and a nephew. Lily Neilan, Lucy Neilan, Avery Neilan, and Quinn Neilan. He lives in New Jersey.

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Paul Neilan Wikipedia


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