Publishers Weekly - Publisher's WeeklyThis humorous account of an upwardly mobile Pleistocene family's life was first published in 1960. (Sept.)
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The Evolution Man, or, How I Ate My Father based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
I bought this book back in 1994, and couldn't get into at the time, it sat on my shelf for a couple years. I finally decided to give it another shot and to my suprise I loved it, I have no ideal of what I was thinking in 1994. The book is very well written, comedy as well as thought provoking ideals. I have lent this book to many of my friends and they all loved it. My copy has been loved to pieces.
I read this book 4 years ago and I bought ten more , beautifully wrapped to give to my friends, cause I wanted to share the pleasure I had in reading such an intelligent and funny book.I don't want to make more mistakes in English, so just 4 words more: BUY IT, READ IT!
When I first read this novel in 1993, I could not stop laughing. I loaned it to a high school girl - who laughed non-stop too. She then asked to share it with her classmates. Well, that was the last I saw of this novel. I have been searching every known place/site to find this novel. I am so very pleased that it's being republished!!