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"Rarely have the rules of narrative been more imaginatively ignored." Slate.com
"The writing is Brian Joseph Davis at his madcap best. . . . Davis is an inventive writer, and his irreverent wit and absurdist tendencies permeate I, Tania. . . . For those looking for something wildly original [this book] is worth kidnapping." This Magazine
"Should appeal to fans of 1970s and 80s pop culture and cultural theory, and those who can appreciate a good Donald Barthelme joke." Quill & Quire
"The sustained radical reading of [The Bad News Bears] is the funniest piece of writing I’ve come across all year." FFWD
"An absurdly attractive prose poem that is filled with laughter and lyrical aphorisms." Hour
"An insanely funny first novel . . . innovative and truly bizarre." NOW Magazine