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Language English. Article no. Genre Novels: Hardcover. Write a review. Fiction - General. Tsutsui, Yasutaka. One of modern Japan's most renowned writers, Yasutaka Tsutsui has won the Tanizaki Prize, the Kawabata Prize, and several other awards. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive? Bret Easton Ellis. Sandra Cisneros.

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    With a sharp eye towards the insanities of contemporary life, Yasutaka Tsutsui crafts in Salmonella Men on Planet Porno an irresistible mix of imagination, satiric fantasy, and truly madcap hilarity. From the Hardcover edition. Tsutsui's fabulously morbid sense of humor, his obsessiveness and his wit make this collection sufficiently entertaining and disturbing to warrant our attention, especially today when the world as we know it has indeed tilted into the fantastical.


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    A strange, magical journey. Tsutsui is at his best when juggling all the apples, devising entertaining, whimsical worlds and scenarios that camouflage scathing criticism. The collection unabashedly romps in the sexual facets of modern humanity and culture. But Tsutsui's work does so much more, sometimes brilliantly, often hilariously, always fantastically, never bound by reality or convention.

    Quirky and entertaining. Tsutsui shrewdly reveals the hairline stresses, lusts, and insanities that no society can ever completely wall in. Potent are those stories where the author eschews genre pyrotechnics and reveals the strangeness and horror of the ordinary.