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" Brandan Kearney and Gregg Turkington are clearly masters of their art. A good many of the anagrams in this book are wonderfully accurate in relation to the artists and albums anagrammed. "Fun with Words"
About the Author
Brandan Kearney is a freelance writer and editor. He lives in New York City. Gregg Turkington is a musician and comedian best known for his stand-up character Neil Hamburger. He lives in Los Angeles.
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Still, I have to say that "Wrma Viocse Rerangaed" kept my mind occupied. An excellent read, for someone who hasn't quite read as much as I have! Every once in a "blue moon," this picky fellar has to skiddaddle back to his truck, take out your food, and all this time something has been eating away at your insides, but it's not anagrams. There is a special focus of the read, a flipping back and funniness that happens. How can I break it to you? Spend it here and you won't be sorry. Like Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, it's a wild ride.
Their anagrams from Rock Star's album titles can be viewed as fittenly offensive (in most cases) which makes them all the more amusing.
In addition, the forward contains interesting information on the history of anagrams.
Because the anagrams are imaginative and unrelenting with biting remarks (picking on rock stars), I was in stitches.
The forward contains interesting tidbits on the history of anagrams too.