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Flann O'Brien was a great comedic and surrealist writer.
A lot of people would claim this book is funny just so they do not seem below the material or like they didn't get it, but there is nothing to get.
OK so what can I say without giving anything away.... I laughed a lot reading this book...and that says a lot since I'm kind of a bore.
Good read. Very creative. Loved the references to bicycles and people.Published 1 month ago by Malcolm Stokes
Flann O'Brien isn't for everyone. There are quite a few one star ratings (and I'm sure those people would have rather given it a zero if they could), but I think that's a good... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Colton C. Sorrels
As good as writing gets...easy to see why this contemporary of Joyce was considered his equalPublished 3 months ago by Joseph E. Sissler
A forgotten classic, as good or better than anything in print today, do yourself a favour and open this book you won't want to close it.Published 3 months ago by mark masterson
Possibly the best novel written in the XX century. A mixture of Zoschenko and Dostoyevsky, this book was written in English but it reads like a translation from Russian. Read morePublished 4 months ago by michael wasserman
If I could have only one book in the world, it would be this one.Published 7 months ago by Alan Spybey
It's worth buying the book in print instead of on an e-reader.Published 7 months ago by Emily Simmons