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The stories are very funny, but they start to get a little overwhelming when I read several of them in a row; the quirkiness can be a bit much all at once.Published 2 months ago by Valerie P.
I originally heard one of this author's short stories on NPR and decidesd to check out this book. I couldn't finish it.Published 4 months ago by DRiley
The first time I heard an Etgar Keret story, I was in college. One of my writing professors had gotten a hold of a galley of Keret's, and read a story from it, out loud to the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael L.
The brilliance of the situations and the distortions of reality and the twists are breathtaking. Keret makes me want to sit down and start writing short stories for the thrill of... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Northcoast
This is a great book, even for those with afflicted with a short attention.Published 18 months ago by Uriah J. Kilgore
Gave it as a Christmas gift and just flipping through it beforehand I couldn't put it down. Hilarious writing. Read morePublished 20 months ago by C. Finch
This author is wacky. I like that. Fantasy, fun, silliness, oddity, and horror. What could be better.Published 23 months ago by Jessica Salmonson
Adolescent sensibility, not in a good way: look-at-me sketches that almost never fail to go for the cheapest effects. Read morePublished on June 30, 2014 by Amazon Customer