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poor plot development and not very interesting. Silly really.Published 1 day ago by Elizabeth R. Hoffman
The words were crafted well. I was anxious and frustrated with Ignasius. Only a disturbed mind could have come up with the fiascoes the author told us that Ignasius caused himself... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Karen Possley
This is the funniest book I ever read! I wish Toole was still alive to write some more.Published 14 days ago by chas2e61
An uneven work of comic genius. The manuscript needs a little professional editing---and would have had, had O'Toole ever managed to get a publisher---but I have never laughed... Read morePublished 17 days ago by burntumber
Very funny, well written, easy to read. It helped to be familiar with New Orleans and the local dialect. It made the book that much funnier. It left me wanting more.Published 18 days ago
I absolutely loved the book and got quite a few good laughs out of it. I enjoyed the talking format and could picture it happening in New Orleans or maybe even New York. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Sharon A
Great, great book but needed to be read by someone from New Orleans, reader uses a southern accent (WRONG) and mispronounces street names, disappointingPublished 20 days ago by Peter J. Riley
A shame that this is the only novel by John Toole. A witty fun read. A wonderful quirky view of New Orleans.Published 21 days ago by Ian G. Quittner