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  • By whatthefluther
    May 18, 2009
    "AN IMPORTANT LITERARY ACHIEVEMENT" It was a story that begged to be told. A saga that demanded to be shared with the entire world. Thanks to you, richardhenry, the world now knows the true tale. And one can’t help but feel that all of mankind is just a bit better off for it. Stand ready fluther friends as surely a sequel will be solicited. Its magnitude can be comfortably compared to another short story, Nikolai Gogol’s masterpiece “Diary of a Madman”. The Fluther story defines existentialism in the 21st century. In time, its impact will surely exceed that of Fyodor Dostoevsky’s “Notes from the Underground”. Join me in toasting, richardhenry and the 33 contributing authors...Scalmaris for everyone! (peedub…you’re killing me!!!)
  • By Rich Marshall
    Apr 2, 2009
    "Fluther book" I found this to be a fantastic read....I recommend to everybody.
  • By Dante Alighieri
    Mar 13, 2009
    "A MASTERPIECE FOR THIS GENERATION" It makes my account of traveling through the boiling cauldrons of hell sound like a late night trip to the bathroom.
  • By jac0ba
    Dec 28, 2008
    "A Must Read for Many Reasons" As a spur of the moment initiative, drawing on the creativity of over 30 users of, “A collective Nordic love story with tree penguins, beaked aliens and whiskey.” is a unique experience. Although lacking a strong or clear story-line, this short story, comprised of over 600 6-words-or-less sentences, stands out as a feat of collective innovation and imagination. Despite its structure and thanks to some good editing (although minimal), the story is very easy to read and will offer some good laughs along the way. By the end you’re left with a feeling of astonishment and puzzle, while highly entertained.
  • By Paul Wallick
    Dec 20, 2008
    "A SAGA FOR THE MASSES " To be celebrated for countless generations to come, this undying saga conjures images found only at the lesser-travelled regions of the psyche. At times, illusive like the mighty narwhal, others, like a heap of fresh mink oil lodged into the nasal cavity. An epic of mighty proportions, paralleled only by such works as the Kalevala and The Chroicles of Elric of Melniboné. A tapestry of images not unlike the work of a brilliant Dadaist, this nugget of literary palladium has the power to captivate and touch the souls of those willing to cross it's gilded threshold.
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Product Details

First Edition
Richard Henry
May 4, 2008
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.21 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
5.83 wide x 8.26 tall
Product ID
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