UNUSED, BRAND NEW, NOT EX-LIBRARY, 181 pages. Aubrey Malone is a tad confused about the way his life is going, and the kind of people he meets. In these pages you'll find out why. Or maybe you won't. He's not sure himself, and we couldn't contact him to ask. WHAT THE CRITICS SAID: 'I brought it into the loo with me when I had malaria' (Desmond Tutu). 'It's lovely with chili concame' (Engelbert Humperdinck). 'It succeeds admirably in what it sets out to do....only I haven't figured out yet what that is' (T.S. Eliot). 'The most important work to come out of Ireland since the Bus Timetable' (Charlie Mc Creevy). 'Like Henry Miller crossed with Pam Ayres' (Pam Ayres). 'No, it's more like Norman Mailer meets Jo Brand' (Henry Miller). 'A sublime confection of post-modern osmotic vignettes' (Eamon de Valera). 'A must-read. It's up there with 'Bambi' and 'Remembrance of Things Past (Alain Robbe-Grillet). 'A masterpiece. I can't wait to read it' (Seamus Heaney). 'An oddball confection of lunacy and...er, lunacy' (Michael Jackson). 'I laughed so much I almost laughed' (Woody Allen). if you only buy one book this year, make sure this isn't it' (Aubrey Malone).
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