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Philip Fullman is an avid indoorsman who began making up stories in his head at an early age. Years later he finds himself unable to stop. A clinically diagnosed introvert, he can often be found staring off in to space with a cigar in one hand and a pen in the other. He should not be approached until he's had at least one cup of coffee.
on May 15, 2013 :
One of the only books in my life I've read in one sitting. The others being Philip's other epic "Maybe a Song, Maybe a Poem, Maybe a Short Story", and "Love Story"...because it was short. This is provocative insight into this anti-Superman possessing the ability to get me thinking about things that don't really matter at all whilst being bombarded with everything depressing. His superpower of ultra-vulnerable Bondesqu brings to light some of the undergirdings of human emotional development and makes me laugh. I can see him now, slumped over at his desk, unlit cigar loosely hanging between two fingers, a bit of drool out of the corner of his mouth, trying to remember the words to the singing vagina song. A little off-the-wall, insightful, funny, and hey, under 2 bucks! Worth a read.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on April 21, 2013 :
If you ever wanted to sneak into the mind - and heart - of a man, this is your chance. Fullman's writing is raw, provocative, and always entertaining.
(reviewed the day of purchase)