Franky Furbo by William Wharton – book cover, description, publication history. During WW II, a dying American soldier, William Wiley, and his German captor, Wilhelm Klug, are miraculously rescued by a fox endowed with extraordinary. Yes, Franky Furbo exists, and his identity finally is so triumphant that you are flooded, as if by a tepid New Age shower, with a Saturday Evening.
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William Wharton is like no other. It’s definitely worth a read. I had so many ideas of what was going to happen but I was not expecting furo outcome at the end of the book. Miki Takata rated it it was amazing Feb 22, I was captivated and read it all on a plane, but it is absolutely one of the weirdest books I’ve ever read. Everyone should have it on furbk bookshelf.
Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Feb 25, Rebecca Fuebo rated it did not like it. All this to ensure the propagation of a new species of intelligent fox which will save the world from rapacious, war-mongering humanity.
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I found the dialogue hard to believe. InWharton wrote a mostly non-fiction book, Ever After: After the publication of Birdy and through the early s, Du Aime published eight novels, including Dad and A Midnight Clear, both of which were also filmed, the former starring Jack Lemmon. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Media reporter, reviewer, producer, guest booker, blogger. Kim Serene rated it liked it Mar 21, Houseboat on Seine, a memoir, was published inabout Wharton’s purchase and renovation of a houseboat.
It’s not a huge book either. This was so intriguing and so bizarre.
I really have no idea how to rate this frsnky or even if I loved it or hated it. It takes the joy out of living.
He served in France and Germany in World War II in the 87th Infantry Division, was a painter, spent part of his adult life living on a houseboat as an artist in France, raised several children not all of furvo appreciated his philosophy of child-rearingis a reasonably skilled carpenter and handyman, and has suffered from profound gastrointestinal problems.
It’s just the same like mine. William then has a crisis of faith Erin Rebecca rated it it was amazing Mar 31, Return to Book Page. Sylwia rated it liked it Jan 27, We read this book years ago, and then lost it. I just reread this years later and I still love it. Magda added it Apr 08, This has to be the weirdest book I have ever read!
He says one of the ways they are ruined is by being forced to think of all the tasks that need to be done as work, not as play. Oct 03, Peter rated it it was amazing.
Looking for beautiful books? Jan 31, Tkmoon rated it really liked it. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. It was an enjoyable read, though I would not rave about it as others do.
Anna rated it liked it Mar 19, To ask other readers questions about Franky Furboplease sign up. Many aspects of the book are still fresh in my mind, two or three years after reading.
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I love all books of the author I read so far and while I know that his style is not easy to digest, it requires deep consideration and thinking, I was definitely not prepared for this book. Some passages made me cringe fufbo I’m not sure it’s only down to my own prejudices. I absolutely loved this book. This is one of the books that wouldn’t let me breathe.
The stories that William tells his children when growing up read like excellent childrens stories, so it at times feels as if you are indeed reading a childrens book.