Monday, May 19, 2008

Nomey by Eolam Zile


I doubt any of you have read this book by the infamous Hungarian author Eolam Zile. It's a take on the old Pinnochio tale of an ear,nose and throat specialist who craves company and carves himself a son made from wooden legs and prosthetics and he magically comes to life after falling into a vat of magical marmalade.

5 comments:

scrapatorium said...

No, I've never read it, but now I want to! Do you think Amazon carries it?

wastedpapiers said...

I doubt it Angelica - it's incredbly rare and sought after by collectors the world over!

onehuman said...

Too Funny!!!
I think I would like this version better...

Punwit said...

Michael wanted to be a real boy too and smoke cigars with wrong crowd. His fabrications already qualified him for the growing-nose bit...

wastedpapiers said...

Wooden eye just!