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‘Furniture’ is a unique book that is difficult to categorize. Its allegiance is to Surrealism and Dadaism, saturated with the author’s interest in Eastern religion and philosophy. If it is a novel, then it wears the name very loosely. Equal parts creative nonfiction, fiction and poetry, it is a strange work that challenges reason and imagination, eschewing traditional form and structure. Meaning and language are deconstructed and explored, leaving it open to the reader’s interpretation. At times funny, grotesque, poignant and fantastical, ‘Furniture’ is very bizarre, full of word-play and startling imagery. Above all it makes for an interesting and puzzling reading experience. It is a radical book that should be shared with everyone, offering a fresh perspective and definition of the world. Enjoy!