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Koltuk (2008)

by Benjamin Parzybok(Favorite Author)
3.41 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: Hey, there really aren't any original stories out there and heroes on a quest is pretty common, sure, but it ain't just about the pizza crust but what you put on it that makes the difference. Okay, there's a magic couch, like putting curried cauliflower on your pizza, that.The writing is good, and even better in spots, and the plot has enough gentle turns to remain interesting. What I liked the best--and I can't talk about it without spoilers--was the end and how our main character has time to contemplate his life from different angles.3.5 stars.
review 2: This was an impulse buy at the local thrift store because in the description by Paul La Farge on the cover it is called "a slacker epic." My wife and I read this book aloud and laughed hysterically at many p
... morearts, as well as discussed philosophy and religion based on some of the content. In the end I was surprised and for lack of a better word, annoyed, but also so glad that I read this one.Couch is like nothing else I have ever read and I would love for it to be made into a movie starring James Franco, Hubble Palmer, and Rupert Grint. That there would be a fun one. less
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Pages with words. All done. Closing book. Finished, said brain.
Hard to describe, but very well done, and recommended.
diffrent than I thought it would be, but I liked it
Overall it was ok, but a bit all over the place.
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