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  • Title: Incognolio
  • Author: Michael Sussman
  • ISBN: 9780999131213
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback

  • Bewildered but lovable author, Muldoon, is trapped in the dreamlike narrative of his own surrealistic novel Beginning with just a title Incognolio he enters a bizarre fictional realm that plunges him into an identity crisis of anguishing proportions Is he writing a story in which his stillborn twin sister has come to life, or is he the one who died at birth and it s hisBewildered but lovable author, Muldoon, is trapped in the dreamlike narrative of his own surrealistic novel Beginning with just a title Incognolio he enters a bizarre fictional realm that plunges him into an identity crisis of anguishing proportions Is he writing a story in which his stillborn twin sister has come to life, or is he the one who died at birth and it s his sister who s writing the novel Guided only by the whims and dictates of his subconscious mind, Muldoon must unravel the mystery of Incognolio and write his way to freedom or succumb to madness.
    Michael Sussman
    Abandoned by a cackle of laughing hyenas, Michael Sussman endured the drudgery and hardships of a Moldavian orphanage until fleeing with a traveling circus at the age of twelve A promising career as a trapeze artist was cut short by a concussion that rendered him lame and mute Sussman wandered the world, getting by on such odd jobs as pet food tester, cheese sculptor, human scarecrow, and professional mourner while teaching himself the art of fiction He now lives in Tahiti with Gauguin, an African Grey parrot.


    Art Johnson
    Incognolio, is a seriously-funny, hilariously-dramatic novel which follows an author in search of a story, displaying the advantages and misgivings of being a writer. Michael Sussman tells us on page sixty-two, paragraph five. “It’s the story of a man who tries to liberate himself by writing a novel in which he gives his subconscious mind free rein.” Utilizing the Quantum-physics theory of parallel planes of existence, the book’s main characters morph from one alternate-state to the next [...]

    Carleton Chinner
    I had to laugh when I finished reading this. My Kindle brought up a list of "Other books like Incognolio". Let me assure you there are are no other books like this. Micheal Sussman has crafted what should be all rights be an incoherent stream of consciousness into a story that may or may not go somewhere, depending on your point of view. Some people will hate this book, others will see it for the collection of satirical writer's in-jokes it is. And, the jokes abound, from making ink a drug, to t [...]

    Charles Remington
    Incognolio is presented initially as an affliction which confuses people and makes it difficult for them to think logically, but as Michael Sussman’s novel moves on, it develops into a variety of guises seeming to culminate as the very essence of good – the opposite of Mazazel, which appears to be the embodiment of evil. Incognolio is a novel written by a number of imaginary authors, starting with Muldoon who launches a narrative driven by his subconscious, and dealing with good and bad in a [...]

    Joel Dennstedt
    Entering the pages of Michael Sussman’s inexplicable – category-wise – brilliantly-executed experimental novel, Icognolio is less like walking through a dream than it is like mentally traversing the ingenious daydreaming path of a highly imaginative, psychologically-aware writer who is creating an inner epic from the images produced by streams of self-conscious meditation. Yes, it is that immediate. The book itself is crazy; crazy cool. Need an example? “Because I possess the Faloosh,” [...]

    Reviewed by Sefina Hawke for Readers' FavoriteIncognolio by Michael Sussman is a literary fiction novel that would appeal most to a diverse audience of mature young adults and adults who enjoy psychological thrillers with elements of mystery, magic, and science fiction, and who do not mind explicit language, sexual situations, and graphic violence. Muldoon is the narrator of the novel and has an acute injury to his brain according to his neurosurgeon, Dr. Noggin, who cautions against writing Inc [...]

    Iven Lourie
    This book is a real kick in the head! I received a review copy of the book when I expressed interest in eccentric speculative and fantasy fiction, but this novel is a little outside all the categories I can summon! Sussman throws loops and loops of narrative around the reader, like a set of switchbacks climbing up a mountain grade where you constantly see the loop you just hiked below you but the perspective keeps changing. The novel has not just "untrustworthy" but also "unstable" narrators, na [...]

    I never thought I would finish a book where my first thoughts were, wow, that was weird! Incognolio draws the reader into the hilariously twisted subconscious mind of struggling author Muldoon, who, broke and desperate, decides to let his inner mind loose on his latest novel in a bid to write a best seller. However, in doing so he opens a huge can of worms as he is forced to face his own inner demons. Incognolio opens up a whole new world for the reader, it is heart-warmingly funny (I did laugh [...]

    Ellen Hamilton
    Someone I know was sent a copy of Michael Sussman's book Incognolio, and I read it. In two days. It is a giddy book that lacks every conventional book-writing rule. It is dizzying and disorienting. Which is precisely why Incognolio is such an interesting and appealing book! It is uncomfortable and disturbing a pleasant way. It is funny, and silly, dramatic, and ingenious. The story takes sharp turns as it swings back and forth from different points of view, and just as you get comfortable with i [...]

    Marco Bucci
    You know that classic Looney Tunes trope where Wile E. Coyote unzips his skin, only to reveal the road runner who unzips his skin to reveal a police officer who unzips his skin to reveal the shaggy watchdog? That's what this novel is, but with the welcome addition of heart and thematic elements that (more or less) tie it together. I had a blast reading this book. Downed it in just two days, which is a telling sign for me. It's laugh-out-loud funny in parts, marginally serious and tragic in som [...]

    Incognolio was a funny, light-hearted, story about an author who is stuck in an unrealistic narrative of a book he is writing. At points in the story the author isn't sure if he is writing the story or if he is just a character trying to solve the mystery of incognolio. I started to read the book just before bed with the intention of reading just a chapter or two, but I couldn't put the book down until I was done. It's a great book for someone looking for something light-hearted and humorous. Th [...]

    I must admit that this is one of the strangest books I have ever read. If you want to keep guessing about who is real? Who is the author? What and when is it? or other unexplained and often strange plot lines and plot twists, some with and some without endings, then this book is right up your alley. If you are looking for a normal book of fiction to read, this is NOT it. But, this book will make you ask yourself some very interesting questions about your own life if you let it. This is a volunta [...]

    Michael Mahin
    Great read! Teller from Penn & Teller Tweeted about Sussman's book and said it best: "A novel or a carnival mirror maze? I don't know, but I'm more than halfway through and having a blast." Get it and enjoy!

    Richard Brown
    Incognolio? It is not a thing. Or it is a thing, originless, that inspired the author, Michael Sussman (whoever that is?). Incognolio is a comic and psychological novel invented by Sussman’s multiple protagonists, or composed half by you, dear reader, if the author has his way. Following no formal dramatic structure, Incognolio, at its least perplexing, is a search for meaning, with meaning having deputized a variety of representatives passing with the nomenclature Incognolio.At occasions in t [...]

    Jon Shanks
    Sometimes you read something and you're not sure if it's a work of genius or just a complete mishmash of half ideas smooshed together. It's a bit like Inception but with umpteen more layers and instead of dreams within dreams it's a case of who is the author and who are the fictional characters and is there actually a separation between them? There is a point about halfway through the book when the character who, at that point, is thought to be the author goes to a writers group where someone el [...]

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