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Най-прекрасният човек на света

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  • Title: Най-прекрасният човек на света
  • Author: Robert Rankin Джулиана Дукова
  • ISBN: 9548453886
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Paperback

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  1. Robert Rankin Джулиана Дукова

    When Robert Rankin embarked upon his writing career in the late 1970s, his ambition was to create an entirely new literary genre, which he named Far Fetched Fiction He reasoned that by doing this he could avoid competing with any other living author in any known genre and would be given his own special section in WH Smith from Web Site Story Robert Rankin describes himself as a teller of tall tales, a fitting description, assuming that he isn t lying about it From his early beginnings as a baby in 1949, Robert Rankin has grown into a tall man of some stature Somewhere along the way he experimented in the writing of books, and found that he could do it rather well Not being one to light his hide under a bushel, Mister Rankin continues to write fine novels of a humorous science fictional nature.

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  1. In Cold Comfort Farm, there is a preacher who warns his audience that there is no butter in hell Just to warm them up, so to speak Robert Rankin s dead protagonist in this novel doesn t even have the fortune to go to Hell, because that place has been closed down aeons before by a kindly God who failed to foresee that souls would just pile up and there would be a backlog in the reincarnation department So Norman, who aspired to the gift of wings and in doing so enacted unhallowed rites in the nam [...]


  2. Cornelius Murphy is back Along with his friend Tuppe, Boris the alien sheep, Norman the dead boy and Thelma and Louise they face off against a horde of evil Hugo Runes All in a day s work for an epic adventurer I actually felt this was the weakest of the Murphy novels, though it s still a very good read It s funny, moves along at a good clip and has the classic Rankin continuing jokes and self awareness I suspect that this one might be a bit obtuse if you re not already familiar with Murphy, Run [...]


  3. I think I ve read this I m not sure All Rankin s non Brentford trilogy books kind of blur together in my head, for the very good reason that they are in fact all the same book, with some of the words re arranged Probably best read bombed out of your gourd, because that s how they were written.


  4. This was my first Rankin book I have read, and I have to say I did enjoy the read, it was a nice piece of lighthearted reading, I do believe there are other of his in our bookcase so perhaps after I have read the next few books I have got to read I ll look them out


  5. Full of wonderful ideas which didn t quite come to fruition It had the potential to be as good as a Terry Pratchett or Neil Gaiman but lacked the brilliance of language that sets their writing apart Probably deserved four stars, but the teenage boy humour was a little much at times.


  6. Possibly not the finest of Robert Rankin s novels, but still a light hearted comic romp in much the fashion you would expect if you have dabbled in his writings before Comes across not so much as having been plotted, but as a stream of consciousness exercise in lets see where this goes.




  7. As surreal as always from Robert Rankin Good fun and a list of characters that I could just about keep track of An entertaining read but nothing special to be honest.


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