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Vic Reeves' Vast Book of World Knowledge.

4.22 of 5 stars 4.22  ·  rating details  ·  27 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Takes us on a visual romp through the author's world - from exploding jellyfish to revolving toupees.
Hardcover, 272 pages
Published September 1st 2009 by Atlantic (first published January 1st 2009)
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Susan Rose
This is a great coffee table book, to pick up read a few pages and then put down, while your watching T.V.

It is full of Vic's humour and illustrations, essentially if you like him you will like this.

I picked it up for my Dad's Birthday earlier in the year, (only just got round to reading it myself), and I would recommend that it does make a great gift for any Vic and Bob fan in your life.
Roxanne
This is deff a must have for any Vic Reeves fan. His art work is stunning and he obviously put so much time and effort into this book and it really shows. The paintings themselves are just genius, especially the painting of Vanilla Ice. It's what the encyclopedia would look like if Vic had written it. It's funny but most of all its just a really cool book to own.
Stefanie
Do you like Vic? You'll like his art book. His sketches are great. Especially all of the noses he puts on people. I plan on making my children read this when they're small so they grow up confused about the world. It'll be simultaneous torture and brilliance. Long-term experiment. My unborn fetuses will thank me one day.
Bob Hartley
I got this thinking it was a compendium of faux-naive illustration mixed with worldly knowledge and I'm a bit disappointed. It's a bit of a novelty book. Nice bloke though.
Charlotte Stevenson
An easy silly quick read for the last day of college before the Christmas holidays begin - mass was great today!
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