But Not Big To Dinosaurs

But Not Big To Dinosaurs

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£8.99
ISBN:
9781786125903

If you want a book with wordplay that you can dip into and groan or laugh with in equal measure, then Gaz Quaggan's But Not Big to Dinosaurs is the book for you. Quaggan writes with a blitzkrieg stream of consciousness, inventing, defining and exploding words as he covers topics as diverse as Reptilian Anchovies and Poltergeist Baguettes. At strategic points there are chapters containing pure gags which you can impress your friends with at the pub (or lose them).
So if you have a slightly alternative view of the world and wish to confirm that you are not mad, then take your sounding from But Not Big to Dinosaurs and feel safe in the knowledge that you were right all along.
A book of fun that will grab hold of your mind and run away with it.

Quaggan

Gaz
Quaggan


Born in the Isle of Man in the ‘60s (1960s and not 1860s) Gaz is a family man who loves spending time with his family and walking his dogs on the beautiful beaches around the island. He is also passionate about his football and never lets that dampen his light-hearted mood.

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by
Stephen Ainley
5
Food poisoning. I race to the bathroom, throwing young children from my path. An hour later I'm still sitting, shivering, sweating and generally feeling miserable with the world. All of a sudden, my phone rings and a voice says “Forget whatever you are doing at this moment and imagine you are lying on a glorious Fijian beach” and amazingly, despite the circumstances, I did indeed imagine lying on a glorious Fijian beach. I could do this because I have a superb imagination. Someone else who has a superb imagination is Gaz Quaggan and it's on full display in his book; But Not Big to Dinosaurs. Gaz obviously loves words and the use of. It's a book full of short tales but don't expect a beginning, middle and end. Instead Gaz has a Monty Pythonesque (is that a word) quality of letting the words flow where they might. All you can do is enjoy the fun of the ride. Amongst the surreal tales are pages of jokes and one liners that you can steal and pretend that you thought of them. I enjoyed it immensely. PS..the phone call turned out to be from a company advertising pure wool ceiling insulation. Evidently if I had it installed, I would save so much money on heating costs that eventually I'd save enough for a Fijian holiday. Those of you with a superb imagination can probably imagine where I told them to stick their pure wool insulation. Enjoy the wacky world of But Not Big to Dinosaurs. Stephen Ainley, Author of the Dennis Bisskit Adventures.

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