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They call him The Walrus. . . TV weatherman Wilson "The Walrus" Wigham notices some odd correlations between natural disasters and sociopolitical turmoil and finds himself swept up in a comical whirlwind of events that carries him from his little Wisconsin town to the great old country of India and all the way back again. A riff on the concept that the external environment They call him The Walrus. . . TV weatherman Wilson "The Walrus" Wigham notices some odd correlations between natural disasters and sociopolitical turmoil and finds himself swept up in a comical whirlwind of events that carries him from his little Wisconsin town to the great old country of India and all the way back again. A riff on the concept that the external environment is a direct reflection of our internal environment and that we create our experiences based on our emotions and deepest beliefs about the world itself, Weather Report is a surreal and lighthearted tale about love, loss, death, and a few other (mostly ridiculous) things.


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They call him The Walrus. . . TV weatherman Wilson "The Walrus" Wigham notices some odd correlations between natural disasters and sociopolitical turmoil and finds himself swept up in a comical whirlwind of events that carries him from his little Wisconsin town to the great old country of India and all the way back again. A riff on the concept that the external environment They call him The Walrus. . . TV weatherman Wilson "The Walrus" Wigham notices some odd correlations between natural disasters and sociopolitical turmoil and finds himself swept up in a comical whirlwind of events that carries him from his little Wisconsin town to the great old country of India and all the way back again. A riff on the concept that the external environment is a direct reflection of our internal environment and that we create our experiences based on our emotions and deepest beliefs about the world itself, Weather Report is a surreal and lighthearted tale about love, loss, death, and a few other (mostly ridiculous) things.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Avaminn F'nett

    I won a free copy of this book through a First Reads giveaway. I did not finish this book. The plot just wasn't grabbing me at all. I did not really care for the writing style nor did I care for the author's sense of humour. I won a free copy of this book through a First Reads giveaway. I did not finish this book. The plot just wasn't grabbing me at all. I did not really care for the writing style nor did I care for the author's sense of humour.

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