A Million Little Pieces of Feces: The Fake Memoir That's So Much More Fun Than James Frey's
Late night shots ring out in tranquil Hermosa Beach, California, heralding the mysterious assassination of a nondescript pussycat. Will the trail lead to an enigmatic code hidden in the works of Leonardo Da Vinci? Will a breathless race through the streets of Los Angeles lead back to Hermosa, where an explosive truth, contemplated for centuries, is finally unveiled as the Formula for God - reconciling religion's compatibility with physics? Well, no to the first question, and as for the second question, well, I guess it's all a question of faith. Nevertheless, conquer your own fear and loathing of fake memoirs and take a wild ride with the most original voice to come along in years. Truth is stranger than fiction; so much so, that sometimes it has to be toned down and just called fiction.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - JReynolds1959 - LibraryThing
This was a novel about Python Bonkers, an editor for a rather secular magazine about Tractors. He doesn't live a "normal" life. There is a beach house he lives in without paying rent, his girlfriend ... Read full review