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If you remember the 1960's you will LAUGH your head off at this book. Just plain fun to read as al of Tom Robbin's books are. Read this, buy the rest, read them and LAUGH.Published 11 days ago by Elizabeth H. Gamburd
This book is absurd. It is profound. It is concrete and abstract at times beyond my ability to comprehend. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Robert William Kirkpatrick
I've Just read this book for the second time since it was published in 1971. It's a fact that Tom Robbins heralds the dangers of organized (disorganized?) anything. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kathleen Gamble
I read this years ago, and have found new and wonderful aspects to the writing.Published 1 month ago by wiesendanger2
Unusaul beginning- got better after 40-50 pages---not his best.Published 1 month ago by Greg Grundtisch
I read a lot of Tom Robbins in my younger years, and enjoyed the hedonism immensely. Though now that I'm a grandmother, what used to titilate now just seems shallow. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Susan L. Stedman
The author put me to sleep after a chapter, book is so boring.
I can recommend it to anyone. Don't waste your time.
Tom Robbins first novel was the last one I've read and it was just as good as all the rest.Published 5 months ago by BMFW