This book is bargain priced from 08/08/2014 until 08/14/2014
If you are seeking enlightenment from these unhallowed pages, we suggest that you take a box of matches and a can of petrol, and go illuminate yourself.
A piece of totally irrational fun, Rat atouille is an ideal gift for anyone who loves to poke sticks at authority, take the Mickey, deﬂate the overblown and generally have a good laugh.
Some wonderful fun with language, punctuated with totally un-PC graphics, few will be able to avoid laughing out loud as they enjoy this short work. And don’t be disappointed when you ﬁnd that the last few pages are taken up with what appears to be explanatory material. Some of the best laughs lie hidden within.
Targeted Age Group: Adults
Book Price: $0.99
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About the Author:
Although born in NZ, just five months after Hitler liberated Luxembourg in May 1940, John Irvine lived in Australia for 28 years, three months, fourteen days and approximately fifty-seven minutes, drifting about like a hungry Cryptococcus spore on an unreliable breeze. He is now Poet Laureate for Life in the tiny village of Colville, on the northern Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand. There, on each waning moon, he lets his dark side out to play with the sheep.
He has had several collections of poetry published by non-discerning editors, including himself, and in spite of past financial losses, and against all sensible advice, he did it again in 2011 with a collection of dubious stuff euphemistically called ‘speculative.’ What might save the thing are the utterly splendid illustrations supplied at no cost by empathic and desperate, internationally acclaimed artists suffering similar ongoing delusions…