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I dare anyone to read the first line and then put this book down.
Slightly more problematic is that the book is absolutely filled with symbols that don't seem to have any meaning behind them - or if they do, it's far too abstract.
One of the most uniquely brilliant pieces of literature to come from the pen of an Irish writer.
If I could have only one book in the world, it would be this one.Published 1 month ago by Alan Spybey
It's worth buying the book in print instead of on an e-reader.Published 1 month ago by Emily Simmons
cant believe this book was originally unpublished. very inspiring postmodernism work. Can't wait to read more Brian O'nolan, one of my favorite Irish novelists.Published 3 months ago by pat Lefelstein
I personally love stories that have a very distant tone in them - they always make me wonder what the narrator is hiding, why they are so detached from themselves, and rather like... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Unruly Louise
Yes, and how people turn into bicycles and vice-versa. It's impossible to categorize this wonderful novel. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ron Ginzler
This book was recommended to me by someone in their dotage. It is written in a dated style (in about 1940 by some one on a weird trip? Read morePublished 5 months ago by Roslyn Schubert
I only read it because it was for a class. The story isn't too bad but it did end up feeling a little convoluted in my opinion.Published 5 months ago by Shane
A most engaging and eccentric story....one wonders constantly where it is leading to....and although the ending is not a surprise, it isn't until you get there that any suspicions... Read morePublished 6 months ago by paul withers
This book slept for a long time before being "outed". Wonderful voice, laughable contrived non-plot, delightful excursions into English-as-Irish. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Thomas P.