I found this book in the CS and the blurb at the back prompted me to buy the book to read. (I ignored the fact that I had a huge pile of books just waiting to be read at home.)
'Rankin's whimsicallly dense sing-song patter reads like Douglas Adams crossed with Aaron Sorkin by way of Mother Goose' Entertainment Weekly
'Rankin's prose is like a mind-expanding drug ... beware, lest you find yourself addicted ' SFX
|I also had to look up to see if Robert|
Rankin was any relation to Ian Rankin.
Verdict: It's certainly an entertaining and very odd read. My mind didn't expand but the addictive comment might be true as a few weeks later this book turned up at the CS.
Now this one I nearly put down at the beginning, thinking 'this chap can't be serious" but I persevered and found it, again, a very entertaining read. I'd certainly 'have another go' with this author.
Perhaps I am addicted!
Has anyone else read any of his books?
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