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By Bradley Edwin Goins
Apr 8, 2013
Dimirdjian's novel is a masterwork of minimalist language and surreal plot. The loose, wild and jaunty story follows a bunch of Chicago misfits and slackers as they slowly work toward the development of the "Hot Farm" in the middle of Lake Michigan. The Hot Farm is a mysterious, mystical and sometimes funny place where magical shrimp are used to create super-nutritional food. It's run by the debonair Lord John Bronson, whose sophisticated language and moderate, logical reasoning make him stand in contrast to the book's other characters. This funny, and occasionally serious, work should appeal to fans of Richard Brautigan, Kurt Vonnegut, Donald Barthelme, Gordon Lish and other writers of accessible, humorous surrealism.
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