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A Picnic For Perverts

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When I told people I was going to write a book of funny letters written to celebrities and other short fictional stories about the absurdities of life, they said to me "Adam, don't do that, no-one will buy it". I stood a little straighter, looked them in the eye and I said "yeah, you're probably right. Dumb idea".

Then I heard about the monkey, banana, ladder experiment. I
ebook, 1st, 183 pages
Published June 25th 2012 by n i c h t - s o o o o o o o o o o - s c h l e c h t - v e r l a g
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Oct 28, 2013 Sebastian Stabinger rated it it was amazing
A really funny collection of short stories and texts. From a sheep losing a job interview against a gorilla (for a sheeping job) to a Nigerian millionaire who asks himself why it is so hard to get his money out of the country. The texts are not only funny but also clever.

And from time to time you are surprised by a text that is only a little humorous but all the more touching or thought provoking. Like a father writing a letter to his unborn son (preliminarily named Flenky) or the fictitious in
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Adam Fletcher is a 33 year old bald Englishman. A writer of words and an eater of chocolate, he is the author of six traditionally published books, three of which are Spiegel Best-sellers in his adopted Germany. He has sold more than 150k books, not all of which were to his mother. Proudly self-employed for the past seven years, before he was a writer he lived from a number of small internet ...more
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