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"Genoa's first novel is a seriocomic romp through time and space as his hero tries to save the world from losing both its future and past. A procession of oddball characters, including a blind monkey and a quirky pair called Boogedy and Nibbles, adds to the humor in this tale of a reluctant hero and his call to duty." - LIBRARY JOURNAL
"Wild, fearless and wickedly clever, Foop! fireballs through time and space to find a future that is as absurd as it is heartbreaking. The more you read of Chris Genoa, the more you realize he's not content with just tickling your imagination along with your funny bone--gosh darn it if he isn't also making a play for your soul. Wonderfully dark. A terrific read. An inspired debut." - NICK SAGAN, author of Edenborn and Idlewild
"Chris Genoa is one of our authentic literary lunatics, and the irrepressible Foop! offers irrefutable proof of his salutary madness. When they lock Genoa away in the booby-hatch, I hope they give him lots of pens and plenty of paper." - JAMES MORROW, World Fantasy Award-Winning author of Towing Jehovah and Blameless in Abaddon
"For some reason, more and more young writers are producing dystopian novels. Chris Genoa rides the quest of this wave with weird humor, great characters, and descriptions of time travel so accurate that you'd think he's actually traveled through time. Well? Have you, Chris?" - NEAL POLLACK, author of The Neal Pollack Anthology Of American Literature and Never Mind The Pollacks
"Chris Genoa's Foop! is a superbly surreal and wickedly wry rollick through the space-time continuum. With a talent for hyperbole reminiscient of the late Douglas Adams, Genoa stretches surreality to its snapping point and succeeds in delivering a hilarious debut novel." - TONY VIGORITO, author of Just a Couple of Days
"I must say this was the weirdest book I have ever read...The whole book is just crazy, bizarre, at times insane, but it is definitely something I couldn't put down...By the end of the book, I was wondering what paths I have chosen and how my choices have affected others...a definite must read." - SFFWORLD.COM
I bought this book on a whim, not knowing anything about it and was very pleased.Published 8 months ago by Mia
I put it down after a 100 pages. I don't ever put a book down. Bought it because Christopher Moore touted its ingenuity. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Ian W. Wells
Wonderful book, if u like Christopher Moore read this book. I need 2 buy me a copy of this book... The book i got from my library on page 192 it skips to page 199. Read morePublished on June 26, 2011 by Donald Armfield
From the beginning of this book, I was completely engaged! It was surreal, comic, and almost felt like a text version of an animation. Read morePublished on December 15, 2010 by Kevin D. Corcoran Jr.
More absurd than Christopher Moore, but not as lighthearted or funny. Surreal, like Phillip Dick but without a cohesive point (at least not that I could figure out), but to be... Read morePublished on November 25, 2010 by Robert Anderson
The first time I read this book, I was unimpressed with the initial 3/4 of it. I found the narrator (and, indeed, the whole story) to be spastic and disturbingly preoccupied with... Read morePublished on September 28, 2010 by Sara Jane
Very clever and funny but there is a real disconnect between the lead and the narrative.Published on July 12, 2010 by Christy Leigh Stewart
Great Book, arrived early,in great condition. If you love Christopher Moore you'll love this author. Equally witty and fun to read. Definite brain candy!Published on February 23, 2010 by Amazon Customer
I suggested this book for my book group because it was compared, by Amazon.com, to The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde, which is a truly wonderful science fiction book. Read morePublished on January 17, 2010 by Mary Faulkner