Guy Who Pumps Your Gas Hates You, The

By Sean Trinder

Guy Who Pumps Your Gas Hates You, The
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"No one should ever work at a gas station long enough to get good at it," observes Brendan, the narrator of the debut novel from Sean Trinder.

Brendan is 20. He's been pumping gas for three years, working the evening shift at the CountryGas station in Winnipeg. He's gotten good ... Read more


Overview

"No one should ever work at a gas station long enough to get good at it," observes Brendan, the narrator of the debut novel from Sean Trinder.

Brendan is 20. He's been pumping gas for three years, working the evening shift at the CountryGas station in Winnipeg. He's gotten good at it. Which is sad. And Brendan knows that unless something happens fast, he'll be stuck in this rut forever, inhaling gas fumes and quietly seething at the idiot customers endlessly parading past him. Will the writing course he's signed up for at the local university--and the older woman he meets there--be enough to get Brendan's life back on track?

In The Guy Who Pumps Your Gas Hates You, Sean Trinder combines the profane humour of Kevin Smith with the big-hearted charm of Nick Hornby, while creating a uniquely winning character whose hard-won journey away from the gas station and into adulthood is impossible not to root for.

Praise for The Guy Who Pumps Your Gas Hates You:
"An unusual story about romantic, familial, and self love. Reality Bites redefined for the Twitter generation. "
--Angie Abdou, Quill and Quire

Sean Trinder

Sean Trinder grew up in a small town called Oakbank, located just outside of his current home of Winnipeg, Manitoba. A graduate of Red River College's Creative Communications program, he has worked as a news cameraman, an electrician's apprentice, and, yes, a gas station attendant. The Guy Who Pumps Your Gas Hates You is his first novel.

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"An unusual story about romantic, familial, and self love. Reality Bites redefined for the Twitter generation. "
--Angie Abdou, Quill and Quire

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