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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Buzz Manning by Brett Hopson is a humorous story set in Vancouver. The story takes us through many hilarious moments in Kevin and Buzz's lives. The two men basically lead a lazy and easy-going existence with a lot of women and frivolous relationships. Their dream is to make money the easy way without any struggle. That lazy characteristic makes them hang around women who are rich and can help them with money. Buzz plays the guitar and considers himself to be a musician while Kevin flits from one meaningless job to another. The story takes us from youth to their old age.
Both men have no real interest in working and earning their own money and they try to live off Buzz's girlfriend, April Chen, who has an apartment and a car. Kevin and Buzz have many comic adventures. Mr. Barton's writing class is another scene which will make readers smile at the incidents happening in that class. There is never a dull moment in the book. The portrayal of Buzz and Kevin are apt and the descriptions remind you of the type of men you run into in your life, in university, and at work.
The style of writing is fluent and effortless. The story flows smoothly. The comic quotient is kept up till the end in a funny and subtle way. The characters of Kevin and Buzz is well supported by Naomi, April, Jorge etc. The book is light, frivolous and amusing.