a novel by Mark Spitzer
something that Kierkegaard at his most suicidal moment would feel at home with."
- Andrei Codrescu.
Spitzer's Chum is a side-splittingly funny, ultra-raunchy ride through
the Alaska nobody wants to believe exists. Read it and weep, this Moby Dick of
the millenium." - Jo-Ann Mapson.
Ingmar Bergman were still making movies, he would be the perfect director for
a film based on Mark Spitzer's Chum. This book reminds me of the film Shadows
of Forgeotten Ancestors, Johan Bojer's The Last of the Vikings,
and any Tom Robbins novel. The Rasputin-like Mother Kralik would scare the pants
off of Kafka." - Barry Gifford.