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Kooky and weird and actually fairly readable...if you have nothing better on offer.
on 1 December 2011
I read this as it was short and promised humour - and yes, it delivered both, but the humour was of the slightly 'huh/snort' variety, rather than LOL.
You have to be in a certain frame of mind and to have certain expectations to read a humourous book where all revolves around a 2-foot long willy, so once that's out of the way, it's decent enough. I kind of looked at the cover, which reminded me of the 60'/70's saucy British seaside postcards from when I was a little girl, and thought that I knew what to expect; this was quite a clever ploy by the publisher/author.
Not a book that I will be keeping for a re-read, but as a female reader, I did think that even my hubby, who likes crime/magick/mystery/war/biography type books would actually think was a funny-enough read. Strangely, I don't think that my 19yo son would actually appreciate it, having been a fan of a certain Harry P, this falls far short on things magical.
A read-and-delete, basically, but not a total waste of time...