Today at CCLaP, Jason Pettus reviews S.T. Gulik's Birth (or, The Exquisite Sound of One Hand Falling Off a Turnip Truck), a self-published bizarro novel that contains exactly all the good and bad things you would expect when hearing the phrase 'self-published bizarro novel.' Posted on by Jason Pettus
Today at CCLaP, Jason Pettus reviews Jay Hosking's "Three Years with the Rat," being marketed as a sophisticated sci-fi tale for grown-ups by an actual working scientist, but in reality a silly juvenile YA-feeling story with a central premise that only a stoned undergraduate could love.
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