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Reviews by Kareem Kenawy

The Banjo Players Must Die

by Josef Assad

I didn't really enjoy this book at first. Self-admitted lack of plot, almost no characters - just hamster molesters with bizarre names - and general similarity to Good Omens, but once you stop all the judging and ride the freakshow rollercoaster you'll be laughing all the way.

So yea, I guess it's sorta like Good Omens. but this one had more writers; a microbus driver from el sabteya, a 10-year old Douglas Adams and a perpetually time-traveling Ramses Abasiri.

Reviewed on 2007.09.10

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