"A hauntingly beautiful story...Terry Gilliam would feel right at home directing an adaptation of this." - LITERARY STRANGE DIGEST
"Especially satisfying!" - THE CHICAGO CENTER FOR LITERATURE AND PHOTOGRAPHY
"An extremely entertaining and touching work of fiction from Bizarro author Andersen Prunty, Zerostrata proves to be an amazingly compelling and insightful story about the loss of innocence, and the struggle to regain what was lost." - THE DREAM PEOPLE
"Absolutely beyond belief!" - LANCE CARBUNCLE, author of Smashed, Squashed, Splattered, Chewed, Chunked and Spewed
"Zerostrata looks at lost dreams and dysfunctional families while providing a most unusual romance inside of a warped re-telling of a classic fairy tale." - The Antibacterial Pope
This short book is one of the most beautiful and unique things I have ever read.
The first thing I noticed when I read through Zerostrata was its surprising lack of gruesome violence, a quality that most Bizarro books I've read have had.
The whole book really comes across like a big dream... full of that dream-logic that makes sleeping either really fun or really terrifying.
Andersen Prunty introduced me to a new literary genre with “Zerostrata”. I’ve never read anything in the bizarre fiction genre, so this was my debut. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Yuki Takano
For dreamers and lovers who forgot how. In my experience, a lighter side of Prunty, yet still filled with his unique worldview.Published 2 months ago by Britton Flash
When I read reviews describing the book as bizarre, I don't think I expected it to be quite so strange. Read morePublished 4 months ago by namarsh
So good and so spiritual in a sense. I loved it. Every time I finish a story by Prunty I am left with a sense of loss and of hope and wonder. Wow. He never ceases to impress.Published 16 months ago by M. Sanchez
I really enjoyed the story. Anderson is one of my new favorites. I found the story strange, touching, and humorous all at once. It was also very well written. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Rodney Gardner
All the Bizarro I have read since being introduced to the genre has had some sort of depressing element to it. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Emory B. Pueschel
My only reaction to this book was "meh". It was flashy and confusing, but in the way that makes you suspect the author is doing it through a sheer emo-ish depth seeking (wait,... Read morePublished on September 11, 2012 by Jules
I honestly do not know how to describe this book. Maybe as a dream? The story DOES have a plot, but that's not the best part. Read morePublished on September 23, 2011 by Lea
Depressed 20-something Hansel Nothing returns to his mother's house to recapture the zest for life he had in his childhood. It's just as he remembered it. Read morePublished on July 23, 2011 by D. Schwent