Editorial – Arthur Graham

This is the cover of Editorial.

This is Arthur Graham, the author of Editorial.  [just so you know who to blame for it].

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Arthur’s a friend of mine.  I’m unsure it’s wise to advertise this, seeing as quite a lot of people who buy this book might ask for their money back, and not being able to lay their hands on Arthur, lay them on me instead.

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Editorial.  Imagine Kurt Vonnegut Jnr’s ‘Breakfast of Champions’ and ‘The Sirens of Titan’  mixed into one book, then imagine something better than that combination.  You’re getting there.

. . . along with a legend about a snake and someone who both is and isn’t the snake . . .  I give up.

I read this twice and still don’t understand it.

No not like that–it is in English after all.  I mean, while I understood what was going on, I didn’t understand what was going on.  If that makes sense to you.

After reading it, I’m like . . . so what the f*ck was that about?

Which is odd because it’s a fantastic book.

Let’s just take a peek inside.  One great thing is the book has illustrations.  These help in case you get lost along the way.

Yeah, it is a jet-powered toilet!  Sh*t Airlines!  Remember you saw it here first!  And please don’t request an explanation.  No spoilers.

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This is a frog in a bucket with a man’s head.  For some reason the head is clearly Arthur Graham’s.  This is also in the story.

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Now for a quick read from the book.

Because he’s such a nice guy, Art has permitted me to print chapter 43 in its entirety for you.  Enjoy.

Chapter 43 ( From Editorial).

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[Wow!  That was intense!  Damn!  Those transsexual leather biker bears are just so sexy!]

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And almost finally, this is Ouroboros the world snake.  You will notice it has legs.  I assume Arthur decided it was a snake rather than a lizard because its legs are too small to support its weight and it will need to crawl to get anywhere.

You might also note that its tail is in its mouth.  That I’ve no explanation for.

Once again, this is Arthur Graham, author of Editorial.

Note the gun, and the fact that’s he’s been drinking.  Art is obviously a very dangerous man to piss off with assh*le questions like:  ‘Dude what the f*ck did you write this for?’ or ‘Sh*t man, this sucks donkeys, can I have my money back?’.

[Also from this photo we deduce that his wife Jayna likes men with hairy legs.]

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I advise you to just buy the f*n book and read it.  Even if you don’t like it, you’ll be certain you weren’t ripped off–it’s miles better than just about everything else you’ll find out there to read at the moment.

Click here to buy.

Nuff said.

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