Jurassic Prick (Fungus #2)

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
There's trouble in Melbourne again, and Victoria's new assistant police commissioner, Alberto Zapata, is back on the case. A new airline with onboard casinos is sucking money from the people's pockets, and an array of offbeat community groups to take to the streets in protest. Then, under suspicious circumstances, the city's existing casino is trampled to dust by stampeding elephants… More

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About Sergio Tell

Sergio Tell was born in Buenos Aires. Having never felt comfortable in any language or country, he changes them both all the time. He currently lives in Australia, not having enough petrol to leave.

Sergio was expelled from kindergarten for attempting to kiss his teacher, and so was not accepted into primary school. In Australia, not finding anyone he wanted to kiss, he managed to graduate university and become a lecturer in drama. He has also been a performer, appearing in "State Coroner," "The Adventures of Lano & Woodley," and "Marshall Law."

Once he got free of schools, and out into the world to “achieve goals,” he learned that the devil is a frequent flyer on this life's journey, and always sits down next to you on the plane. Only smiles and laughter can keep him away; he is allergic to them.

Sergio hopes his stories will help readers smile and laugh, and put their devils to rest.

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Review by: Ian Scott on Jan. 17, 2013 :
After Sergio's Broom Broom, Zapata's adventures get more imaginative than a Lady Gaga concert, bigger than the elephants,shriller than the parrot and more overwhelming than the chinese body-builder amorous neighbour. Nothing stands in the way of Zapata's excess. He reminds me of Don Quixote. The writing is more bent than Marquez, more amazing than Bulghakov's Master and Margherita. It must be immediately made into a film, so good is the description. If the state of Victoria could match this depiction there would be no mental illness at all. Zapata should breed so we will not be denied on-going inspiration. Now I know how to submit successful job applications. Thank you. If this is earth, then heaven better sharpen up.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
Review by: Stuart Naughten on Dec. 16, 2012 :
During a tough and painfully normal day of work, reading this ridiculousness is a good tonic. The humor shocks me away from reality with vivid visual humor, silly violence, cups of cafe and feathers flying everywhere. The humor is unlike anything I've read. I laugh out loud and then don't know why I did!
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
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