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The Sundance Institute. Retrieved December 18, Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles. Annie tells Malcolm about it all and tells him that she would like to sell her house and move right away to America to join Tucker and Jackson.
Malcolm's paternalistic comment lets her realise that she's cured. She can then leave him. In the epilogue, Duncan and other fans review on the fan website a new release from Tucker, which they think is terrible; one of them writes 'Happiness Is Poison'.
Only one new member says she and her husband love the new album, while they find Juliet too gloomy for their liking.
Reviewing the novel for The Observer , Julie Myerson wrote:. Its likably bleak humour lies mostly in Hornby's pitch-perfect examination of male fandom and the almost sinister way in which the advent of the internet has fed and enabled it.
He's every bit as good as you'd expect on the crazed dynamic of the messageboard and the way in which the web has enabled fans to stalk and even, somehow, take possession of their idols from the safety of darkened bedrooms.
It's no joke when Annie quips that Duncan knows more about Crowe than Crowe himself. And Hornby knows how such an obsession can haunt a relationship: when Annie observes that she has long accepted the Crowe thing as 'part of the package, like a disability', you know all you need to know about life with Duncan.
However, so convincing is the Tucker Crowe who inhabits Duncan's mind that when we meet the real person pushing a trolley around a supermarket somewhere in America with his six-year-old son, it feels deflating.
That is Hornby's point — idols are only as big as the fantasies we project on to them. Still, as Crowe establishes himself as the third narrator of this tale, the writing loses its engaging fluidity.
In his review for The Daily Telegraph , Roger Perkins wrote:. A burnt-out case in rural Pennsylvania and a frustrated woman with an etiolated sense of self-worth on the east coast of England — what would happen if they met?
The tentative relationship, online then offline, between Annie and Tucker offers Hornby a broad canvas to explore why we so often let the early promise of relationships, ambition and, indeed, life evaporate.
Hornby writes so well that you can almost smell the birdseed odour of badly dried clothes combined with failure that pervades Annie's house; his triumph, though, is to find infinite amounts of warmth and humour in this seeming world of desolation.
In The Spectator , Simon Baker called it. Hornby's best novel to date. It is written with the author's usual readable flow, with a style that somehow suggests without being overt and therefore off-putting an acquaintanceship between author and reader.