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Reviews by mandaya

The Banjo Players Must Die

by Josef Assad

Josef Assad's novel should be the next Big Thing. Think Chuck Palahniuck meets Thomas Pynchon meets Douglas Adams. And all of it - or so the voices in my head seem to tell me - told in the familiar voice of Monty Python's. On crack.
To be taken in small doses only - there's so much stuff going on. And yes, some of the puns are not as funny as the author thinks, but some are outright brilliant.

and footnotes! read the footnotes!

Reviewed on 2007.08.28

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