First off, I’ve got to mention this glowing review of Marvellous Hairy on Goodreads:
My God this was a bloody funny book, a funny book with a potentially insanely important message for our greed driven so called civilisation that has buried our inner monkeys so deep that even our dreams are lacking because of it. Read the rest here…
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Alltop is always bloody funny, but it can’t help the way it looks.
Kate Sherrod at Kate of Mind has a new review of Marvellous Hairy that I enjoyed. Here’s a taste:
…god damn, did I get a kick out of this whacked-out Tom-Robbins-without-all-the-half-baked-lyricism-esque sci-fi satire of a novel, which takes a firm stand against biotechnology firms and executives who think their wealth and power entitles them to play god without ever getting too didactic, because, well, how didactic can you get exactly when you’ve got a character whose main way of responding to tense or weird situations is to release a dozen macaques (and, once, a Komodo dragon)?
This popped up on the web last week, and I thought I’d share this wonderful review of Marvellous Hairy.
Douglas Smith gave me a nice (and fun) review:
Try to imagine if Douglas Adams teamed up with Tom Sharpe to write The Island of Dr. Moreau as a modern comedy of corporate evil, and then Tim Burton filmed the result. Add monkeys. And sex. And more monkeys. Got it? No, actually you don’t. Read this freaking book, people. Funny, absurd, captivating, and unique.
Full disclosure: he’s a pal and a writer himself. You should check out his latest short story collection here.
Marvellous Hairy, by the way, is available on Kindle for $2.99 [DRM free]. The ePub version can be found at Goodreads for $1.99.