August 13, 2009
Although I have written what is unquestionably the definitive bear-attack satire of our times, I can understand why you might be reluctant to take my word for it. Your novel-buying dollar has probably shrunk recently, along with all your other dollars. You must be assured of lasting quality. Twelve dollars is a lot of money — you could eat lunch with that!
So please, read these informative reviews before spending your hard-earned money on my hard-written book.
Colin Matthew says it’s “Like a train wreck that just keeps getting worse and you can’t look away from.” But in a good way, I think.
Jeff Burk says: Hansen tells an addictive story that the reader will not be able to put.” (sic.)
But despite all that praise, the award for best review goes to professional bookseller and Goodreads.com addict Greg Stahl:
“For years (thousands of them actually) great thinkers have pondered the question, if a total asshole is trapped under something heavy and their legs are being eaten by a bear is that ok, or should we feel sorry for them?”
Convinced? Buy it now at Powell’s City Of Books.