Flicking Boogers in the Wind

Jonathan Bricklin s debut novel is astounding for its intellectual playfulness and verbal ingenuity, and for the exuberant voice of Willy Nilly, the young hero of this unexpected adventure Telepathy, Tetherball, Turtles, Politics, Pirates, Lemonade, Cryogenics, Waterslides and Holograms are some of the ingredients in this madcap frenzy of metaphorical escapism If RaymondJonathan Bricklin s debut novel is astounding for its intellectual playfulness and verbal ingenuity, and for the exuberant voice of Willy Nilly, the young hero of this unexpected adventure Telepathy, Tetherball, Turtles, Politics, Pirates, Lemonade, Cryogenics, Waterslides and Holograms are some of the ingredients in this madcap frenzy of metaphorical escapism If Raymond Chandler and Tom Robbins adopted a baby it might grow up to write a book like this.
Flicking Boogers in the Wind Jonathan Bricklin s debut novel is astounding for its intellectual playfulness and verbal ingenuity and for the exuberant voice of Willy Nilly the young hero of this unexpected adventure Telepathy

  • Title: Flicking Boogers in the Wind
  • Author: Jonathan Bricklin
  • ISBN: 9781500519858
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Flicking Boogers in the Wind”

    1. This book was disappointing. The beginning reminded me of when a third grader learns about a thesaurus and goes crazy listing words in their writing. It felt like the author wanted to see how long of a sentence he could make. It would be one thing if the sentence helped the reader better understand, create a visual, or enhance the piece but again, it fell flat. The never ending sentences kind of disappeared as the book continued, but I had to force myself to pick this book up and continue to rea [...]

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