New Straits Times

“I am not going to pretend that I understood all of the words in this book,” writes Umapagan Ampikaipakan in Malaysia’s New Straits Times. “Yes, they are of the English language. Yes, I use many of the very same words in everyday conversation. And yet, the way Boucher strings them together, with all the flair of a mad surrealist, left me lost and delirious and looking for melting clocks and wet cats flying through the air. The way Boucher mixes metaphors, the way he layers non sequitur over non sequitur, his casual relationship with denotation and definition, with structure and style, displays a mastery of the English language that is incomparable.” Please click here to read the full review.


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