Extremely witty and clever writing that contains keen insights into human nature. --California Chronicle
The antics in this book will leave the reader laughing. Graham Parke is a genius. --Readers Favorite
A quick and unputdownable read that flies in the face of reason, and smashes against the wall of detective novels. It's a Coens Brothers' film formatted in book form. --Book Review
A very funny book; a veritable page turner of nonstop laughs. Buy a copy and find out for yourself! --Reader Views
From the Inside Flap
I was stunned. Never thought I'd see the day.
Preliminary indications are that the model allows any two kinds of fruit to be compared, although guava still causes minor rounding errors.
Further testing is ongoing.
-- Gomez Porter, blogspace entry
I haven't been sleeping well. There's this strange sound coming from the apartment below at approximately 4:22 a.m. It's a sound I've never heard before and I can only describe it in terms of other sounds that might combine to be mostly identical: it sounds like my neighbor is stir-frying hamsters in a large enameled wok. And let me tell you, that kind of sound messes with your ability to drift away peacefully.
Wide awake, I decide to get up to do some writing.
They asked me to keep a blog. They told me to be meticulous and exact in reporting my experiences. Leave nothing out, they said, no matter how mundane or unimportant it seems.
You see, I'm in this drug trail and I have no idea what kind of drug I'm on. It could be a nervous system depressant, an anti-psychotic, or just a simple pain reliever. I really have no way of knowing what kind of experiences would constitute effects or side effects. So, to be safe on the safe side, I create a new blog entry whenever something strange happens, then I upload it through the clinic's online portal. Let them sift through the mess to decide what's relevant and what's not. What's out of the ordinary and what's to be expected. Just write down everything, they said. So, here goes...