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“As wickedly funny and hilariously angry as vintage Harlan Ellison.”—Spider Robinson, author of Callahan’s Crosstime Saloon

“A delightful romp through the metaphysical muck.”—Halifax Daily News

“A funny, tragic glimpse into the territory of the absurd, somewhere between Kafka and Vonnegut.”—Calgary Herald

“Weird and wonderful . . . imaginative, unsettling, devilishly layered.
Paperback, 232 pages
Published January 1st 2009 by Leapfrog Press (first published November 25th 2003)
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Dennis Littrell
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This book rocked. I was constantly drawn in by the plot and reality twists. Plus it follows along with my latest fiction topic- Germany and Eastern Europe pre- and post- WWII. Dig it, want to read more by this author.
Stephanie Griffin
This is an intelligent book, funny and insane, twisted, hallucinogenic, a trip in and out of lucidity. What is real, what is unreal? What is the future, what is now? Take the trip now!
Thoughtful and very readable story about professor's bizarre trip to Berlin and mysterious escaped mental patient. Fun and fascinating, especially the late eighties setting.
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Michael Mirolla is a Montreal-Toronto corridor novelist, short story writer, poet and playwright. Publications include two novelsthe recently-released Berlin and The Boarderand two short story collectionsThe Formal Logic of Emotion and Hothouse Loves & Other Tales. A collection of poems, Light And Time, was just recently published. His short story, The Sand Flea, won first prize in the Arkansa ...more
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