'One of my favourite humour titles of the season.'
Sanderson, The Bookseller
internet has devalued the anagram its too easy to
generate them these days so to impress they have to be
powerfully descriptive. Richard Napier clearly has the right sort
of brain for them (Sitting in traffic behind a Cavalier,
Id think: what a vile car ) and his dont
disappoint. Gordon Ramsay supplies the title.'
can only be grateful for such generosity in these troubled times,
and for a book which is also an absorbing party game. The same
can be said for My Gonads Roar: The
Twisted World of Anagrams by Richard Napier (Faber £9.99),
a simple idea admirably beaten to within an inch of its life.
It also made me laugh out loud."
Gonads Roar will have the whole country laughing within minutes
of picking it up.'
names with amusing consequences.'
majority of Christmas titles are best left on the shelf, but Richard
Napier's book of anagrams is one of the select few that deserves a look.
His alternative monikers are rude, funny and often strangely apposite,
with blokey puns that get funnier as you go, building up their momentum
like a quick-fire comedian and carrying you along as you flick through
the pages.' Velocity magazine
these current difficult times we all need a laugh. One of the more unique
titles with hundreds of anagrams which often uncannily connect with
the subject or person in question'
Gary Vincent, Magic FM
witty quirkiness of the humour and the undercurrent of irreverence throughout
is great! I finished the book in one sitting.'
Tony Crafter, UK Anagram Champion
new book. The sports anagrams are especially sharp.'
Clinton Van Der Berg, The Times South Africa
of funny anagrams.'
new anagram book'
Garry Bushell, Daily Star