By: Dean Carnby
In a dull, corporate and highly regulated world, a few citizens try to break up the monotony and alter their reality using magic fruits and vegetables. There is also a possibility of corrupt polygons creating absolute ridiculousness in the workplace.
So, magical food and shapes running businesses, it sounds like the start to a YA novel, but this is very much for adults. This is a book that will make you think, it is not a light, easy read. Humor and satire are used throughout the book to show parallels between the absurdity happening in the character's world with everyday things that happen in our own. There is quite an interesting group of characters with an even more intriguing set of ideas that they use for problem solving. The world that has been built in the story is highly imaginative and different. I have no clue how to begin explaining the use of a switched on eggplant or colorful ladies panties...you will have to read it for yourself. My only complaint is that I wish there were more descriptions or third person narrative to let me know that what I thought was happening or what the characters were seeing was what was actually happening or what was being seen.
Not a book for everyone, but definitely something different.
This book was provided for free in return for an honest review.