Still Life with Woodpecker Paperback
by Tom Robbins
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 288 pages
- Publisher: Oldcastle Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 09/04/2001
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9781842430224
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Review by blocked
What I remember most about Robbins are his creative metaphors. I also think he has great story titles and quirky characters.
Review by Arctic-Stranger
How do you make love last? Indeed. Robbins can tell a very good story, and this is a very good story. Funny, tragic, erotic, mundane and always entertaining, this is the tale of what happens when a princess hooks up with an outlaw. READ THIS BOOK!
Review by meridius
My favorite love story. I can re-read this and Robbin's other books I've read for the rest of my life. Byzantine, profane, hilarious, and trenchant.
Review by s_mcinally
I picked this up from a shelf in a flat stay while on holiday in Barcelona and devoured it. Thoroughly enjoyed it, can't remember why and can't remember much about it, just remember thinking I must read some more and thats what I did, read another two before he lost my interest.
Review by HvyMetalMG
Very strange little book, but quite different and imaginative. Obviously Robbins, a cult-favorite among the hippy Phish crowd, must have been under the influence of something while he wrote this. It certainly feels that way. But it reminded me of a fairy tale on crack. I read this a while ago, but nothing really stands out. Maybe it was all one bad trip.
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