Quirky and Humorous Literary Fiction

Gary William Murning



27 June at 12:43

Of 'Wood, Talc and Mr. J' :

"Well, I would categorize author Chris Rose’s novel as a satire, a cross between a parody and intelligent poetry. You have to admire an author who can pour this much of his brain and guts on a page and make a coherent collage or pictures depicting multiple meanings. Now, the author did warn me that I might not get all the cultural references, and he was right. Some, I’m sorry to say, did zip right over my head. Yet, as a diehard fan of Monty Python, and deadpan British humour, I understood the irony and laughed out loud at many of the clever quips. Remember Terry Jones and John Cleese? Geniuses all of them especially John Cleese. His modern day portrayal of Lyle Finster in Will & Grace, one of my favorites, was reminiscent of the Python’s Flying Circus."

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