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Burning Down George Orwell's House
Pulitzer Prize and PEN/Faulkner Award finalist Robert Stone describes Burning Down George Orwell's House as a "… most enjoyable, a witty, original turn … one part black comedy and one part a meditation on modern life. It is well-written and truly original." Learn more about the author, Andrew Ervin
Publisher: Chris Hallbeck; 1st Printing edition (2008)
Chris Hallbeck is the creator of the single panel comic strip The Book of Biff. The comic follows the solitary life of Biff, a child-like mad scientist obsessed with spaghetti, toasters and time travel. The comic was originally online from 1995-1998 and relaunched in 2006. Chris was an illustration major and has worked in graphic and web design. Besides writing and illustrating the comic which runs 5 days a week Chris has been known to play guitar, write songs and drink lots of tea. He lives in the Chicago suburbs with his wife and son.
i like the bit when he gets the dinamite instead of the emergency candles. It looked really cool like smoke going everywhere but you could still see the freaking out face (Just the eye's and mouth) and his hand going crazy. I couldnt see the the head but i could see the body. I also liked the bit when he installes the mirror and he thinks he has an idea. I louphed my head of with the keep your hands in the bus at all times and the turkey sand witch is hungreyer than you are.
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