What the heck is this book about? Zed Yeo crowdfunded a work he needed to get out of his head, and, now that I’ve seen it, I’m worried. Unapologetically (uh oh!) Insane Tales contains very short stories, limericks, critical commentaries, and drawings. It’s so nonsensical that it can be a whole lot of fun if you let it have its way.
This collection of whatever is eccentric when it isn’t childish and clever when it isn’t eccentric. Best of all, it reads ageless. There’s a bit of Edward Lear, Shel Silverstein, and Jorge Luis Borges, and so do go in with your heart open. Thankfully, I don’t think Zed Yeo is as insane as he thinks he is, but it’s still as charming watching him playact right through.
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