PUBLISHERS OF LITERARY FICTION SINCE 1983
Everybody Dies in this Novel offers a big tangle of inter-and meta-textual fun, jumping all about at breakneck speed, and it's good and clever fun as such.
In short this is a magnificent romp through literature, religion, myth, advertising, modern culture and much else. Some of the time you will wonder what is going on but no matter, you will soon move on to something else which is seemingly totally irrelevant and/or totally postmodern. Adamashvili clearly had great fun writing this and shows a wide knowledge for a young writer. And were you were worried about Death? Remember him? He appeared at the beginning. You will be glad to learn he gets a good night’s sleep.
No. of pages: 179
Publication date: 28.04.2023
Re-print date: 28.04.2023
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