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by Lee Henshaw
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Contemporary
  • Author:
    Lee Henshaw
  • ISBN:
    0955103282
  • ISBN13:
    978-0955103285
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Legend Press Ltd; First edition (February 2, 2008)
  • Pages:
    160 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
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  • FB2 format
    1169 kb
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    1428 kb
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    1610 kb
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
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This book made me miss Victoria tube station by 3 clear stations on my way home last night. Dear Mr Henshaw, your book is embarrassing me – I keep laughing out loud while reading it by myself in public place. ore, please! J Ali. Fiction. Top work, a really exciting read. Reminded me a little of Alex Garland's 'The Beach' crossed with Samuel Beckett's 'Waiting For Godot. r David Riley. Very funny book that you can't put down until you've read the last page. Very much a bloke's book because men can relate to the stupid situations that are in this book.

Lee Henshaw (born 1972, Macclesfield) is a British fiction writer. His first novel, Queer Fish in God's Waiting Room, was published by Legend Press in 2008 and was called 'distinctive and engaging' by The Guardian. It also received praise from comedian and author Dom Joly. He called it ‘simply brilliant’ and described Lee as ‘a stoned new Kerouac’. Fruit Tree Books released the Queer Fish in God’s Waiting Room audiobook in early 2011.

Lee wrote this book to ask his wife to marry him. It's a short novel but a long marriage proposal. Arts podcast from United States. Why to claim podcasts?

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I wrote this book to ask a girl to marry me. It contains instructions on how to build a strange drug-taking device called a blackcurrant bath bong, and features a talking fanny. This book made me miss Victoria tube station by 3 clear stations on my way home last night. Mr David Riley Very funny book that you can't put down until you've read the last page.

A novel by Lee Henshaw read by Adrian Pasdar. This first episode of this audiobook podcast introduces us to the characters of Liam Kerby, Brother James and Ed Lover as they arrive in New York. 1. Queer Fish In God’s Waiting Room. From: n/a. A novel by Lee Henshaw.

Nicholas Clee on Queer Fish in God's Waiting Room Disregarded Territories. This first book from his own imprint is a tribute not only to a more obscure part of England, but also to the more obscure aspects of it. Henshaw's idays conversational tone is not as casual as it pretends to be - the author picks his words and phrases carefully, even when his anecdotes are apparently inconsequential. Sitting in a Mexican bar, he notes that he visited a church earlier: "As I stood underneath a crucified Christ, his face in pain, his limbs stretched, those nails in his hands, I realised that I really had nothing to worry about, so I came here to get pissed.

'I wrote this book to ask a girl to marry me. It contains instructions on how to build a blackcurrant bath bong, and features a talking fanny...and she still said yes.' Set in and around the cities of New York, Mexico and Caracas, "Queer Fish in God's Waiting Room" is a cautionary tale for elder brothers and their new girlfriends. A pacey trail illustrating the value of revelry, relationships and having a repertoire of unbeatable stories to tell, this is a classically written, often surreal, always brilliant comedy.