reading avidly dot com: a casual and very random ordinary reader's journal, by a casual, very random ordinary reader.
I have not heard of this book but can't wait to read the review.
Have you read any of his other books? Some are just silly, but the two I mentioned are really quite good.I think I'm going to read "The Merchant of Venice" before starting this so I have the original in mind before starting.
I haven't read his books, but Yvette over at Yvette Can Draw loves his books, and wrote a wonderful review of Sacre Bleu, complete with a pre-post of several gorgeous works of art with brilliant blue tones.I'll add him to my gargantuan TBR list and someday...
Sacre Bleu is to die for. It was a mix of art history, fantasy and comedy -- a book I absolutely loved.
Say what you will, but at least try to be nice about it.