"Death by Zamboni is like the Itchy and Scratchy Show on acid." -- Aaron Roy Even, author of Bloodroot
"I don't read often, but I read this book from cover to cover because D. D. Katzman forced me." -- David Yow, singer from The Jesus Lizard
Quirky, brazen & endlessly clever. A twisted cartoon world of bizarre episodes that defy conventional logic. WEIRD and COMPELLING. -- Barbara's Bookstore Review (Chicago)
David David Katzman is powered by polyester and ancient spaghetti with magical properties. A painter, writer, comic book addict, contemporary art lover and recovering actor, David(squared) resides in Chicago with two cool cats, and something, something, something. This is his first novel. He can be reached at email@example.com, and, yes, his first and middle names really are David.
This book was the most entertaining book I've read in ages. It was perfect for someone whose mind never stays on one finite line. Read morePublished 12 months ago by peb671
<b>Book Info</b>: <u>Genre</u>: Satire/Parody of PI Noir
<u>Reading Level</u>: Adult
<u>Tense, Person, POV</u>: Past tense, first person, POV of... Read more
I had a tremendous amount of fun reading this book. The humor is excellent and I love how fluid Katzman is in transitioning from one improbable idea to another. Read morePublished 19 months ago by D. S. Atkinson
I liked this book for many reasons. It is funny for one. Even though this is not his newest book the writing is funny in a way that is fresh and unique. Read morePublished 22 months ago by FMH
I love me my donuts- Satan Donut and Etta Donut, that is. Very unusual characters (especially their names), funny situations, and finally I came across a mime that didn't make me... Read morePublished on April 28, 2012 by chessie
I love bizarro stories, I love wild and crazy--I mean, so wild and crazy that you completely forget your own name. Read morePublished on March 23, 2012 by Martin D. Gibbs
Death by Zamboni by David David Katzman is satire with a capital S. There is no subtlety here. It is in your face. Parts made me cringe, parts made me laugh out loud. Read morePublished on February 26, 2012 by Coral Russell
DDK's books remind me how much I like reading, laughing, thinking, pink sprinkly donuts, and breathing.
I pulled this little guy off my bookshelf and re-read it. Read more
This is not your average sweet American tale about a young man's journey for redemption. No seriously, it's not even close to that...it's better and much more hilarious. Read morePublished on July 7, 2011 by Bitsy Bling Books