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Milton Marmalade's Remarkably Silly Stories for Grown-ups Paperback – 15 Oct 2018
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Praise for Milton Marmalade's previous novel, A Mermaid in the Bath:
You've woven such a charming, quirky and witty story while breathing highly intelligent themes, layers and nuances. I think it is all allegory for deeper journeys within the psyche and the self, the search for identity, love and spiritual awakening. Takatsu, author of Of Forests and Clocks and Dreams, and Secondhand Memories.
LMAO. Nicole Gallet
..like Roald Dahl for grownups. Jennifer Cooreman, winner of the @MargaretAtwood #Freeze-DriedFiction contest.
Response to chapter 14 (a slow car chase involving a Morris Minor): All the thrills of Luke Skywalker’s blind flight through the ducts of the Death Star transposed through a lingering triumph of British post-war engineering: seriously, a great demonstration of the art of suspense! John M. Gilheany
U r bad writer I have ever seen. Anon
About the Author
An idiot at the height of his powers.
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