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Book Title: Organ Grinders|
The author of the book: Bill Fitzhugh
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 454 KB
Edition: HarperCollins Publishers
Date of issue: March 29th 2005
ISBN 13: 9781616791971
Read full description of the books Organ Grinders:The year was 1998: (1) “The Organ Grinders” by Bill Fitzhugh was first published; and (2) Viagra was approved (for its current pharmaceutical use) by the FDA. Coincidence? I think not! Fitzhugh researched the biotech industry so thoroughly it seems prophetic, even today.
For me, Bill Fitzhugh is the visionary ring-leader of the latently belligerent, vehemently passive-aggressive activists he has sneaking around in this book. With a cast full of Guerrillas, hillbillies, baboons, vegans, weenies (sorry Paul), vegetarians, orphans, kind-hearted organ donors, and morally depraved organ-harvesters, how can you go wrong? Fitzhugh’s writing eco/bio-terrorizes the reader into action: read faster, laugh louder, cry harder, and when you’re finished, DO something, anything, and do it with conviction.
I’d like to thank Fitzhugh for stabbing my right eye open with a celery stalk and pouring blood-warm pink slime in it. I see now that I should be thinking with two or more eyeballs, at the very least, at the same time, all the time. This book is a poignant reminder that we need to have a social conscience, moral discipline, and most importantly, a sense of humor.
Fitzhugh is not for everyone, but he gives the right reader a great show.
Read information about the authorBill Fitzhugh worked at several FM rock radio stations in the 1970s and 1980s. Born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi, he prefers The Band, Little Feat, and Van Morrison to Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, and Iron Butterfly. The author of numerous screenplays and five comic novels, he lives in Los Angeles with his wife and his record collection.
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