Title: The Fall
Author: Albert Camus
Page Count/Review Word Count: 96
This was a fascinating little read, but then I’ve come to expect that from Albert Camus and so I’m not particularly surprised. It’s also cool because it takes the form of a series of monologues, making it a cracking character study of a guy who thinks of himself as a judge-penitent. Don’t put your trust in him too much though, because he thinks he’s humble but he’s actually an arrogant egotist. Like most other people are.