From Publishers Weekly
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It was humorous in parts, but other parts were either just plain silly or down right boring.Published 8 months ago by gmcw
Sir Terry Pratchett said this was the funniest book he'd ever read, so I wanted to read it because I love Pratchett's writing. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mizpat
This is one of my favorite books. A clever, thought provoking and darkly comedic look at human nature.Published 14 months ago by Wendy
This popped up in my Amazon recommendations, and I ignored it.
Then a friend lent it to me. I'm sorry I didn't buy it and shall at some point rectify this. Read more
Very amusing. It's a quick read and makes you think about the development of the human race.Published 19 months ago by Barbara Dye