A rainbow spattered blood clot of black-tongue humour, Invisible Foxes is a satirical thrust through modern airs and classical grotesquery. In a feeding-tube of net-work technology, Mumford’s first novel is a brewed mash of stories eating through a timely blog—a jaw-grip on reality that’s reeling past the yellow brick road, into something violent, amusing, and sarcastically bereaved.
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By Marie Ortega
Mar 22, 2014
I got this off of goodreads, fucking brilliant and weird! @v@ "The unhealthy imagination; 2011: Doomsday-ish: The greater Toronto area, not that you could tell; they all watch American shows; they all sound like Americans now. Vinnie might be delusional, but she knows how to tell a good story. Web cams rape you if you leave them on too long, they've been trained that way, for generations you know. Best thing you can do is speak in tongues, and bite out theirs."
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