S.G. Browne

REVIEWS & PRAISE

“These days there are very few American comedy writers bringing their A-game, but Browne is swinging for the fences…Another radically funny comedy from one of America’s best satiric novelists.”
Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

“An appealing commentary on the hazards of immortality, the uncertainty of destiny, and the lengths people will go for love…Browne unleashes (an) irresistible tale.”
Publishers Weekly

Fated hinges on the details, which Browne nails comically time and again…the pace never falters. A terrific comic novel.”
The Washington Post

“Riotously funny and brilliantly executed…A well-written, beautifully-flowing narrative. Browne’s prose will have you hooked from the very first word to the very last.”
New York Journal of Books

“Browne’s comedic timing has been honed to razor sharpness…His social commentary is biting and insightful, witty and wicked. Fans of Christopher Moore and early Chuck Palahniuk will find a lot to like here.”
Strange Aeons Magazine

“Unique and engrossing…a marvelous read, with the author demonstrating a mastery over the balance between comedy and tragedy. Browne may well be one of the best speculative humorists working the field.”
HorrorScope

“A quirky and thoughtful reflection about what it means to be human. A fun, fantastic, and fascinating read.”
—Mario Acevedo, author of WEREWOLF SMACKDOWN

“Equal parts a philosophical query, a romance, a satire, and a fable…one of the best paranormal comedies I’ve read.”
DirtySexyBooks.com

“The thing about Fated is it’s not just satire; it’s literature. It’s a classic waiting to be assigned to the reading list in college courses…S.G. Browne is an author to be reckoned with, a voice from the void of humanity that begs to be heard.”
—Jennifer Huddock,The Inner Bean

“If you’re looking for some of the best in Fall 2010 books, this should be on every single list. Hands down. The best book I’ve read this year.”
—Eric Mays,The Authors Speak

“An amusing look at the human race…If you’ve read Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett or Lamb by Christopher Moore and enjoyed them, you’ll love Fated.”
Seattle Geekly

“An easy read with memorable characters and a philosophical depth, this book is timely, witty and observant.”
The British Fantasy Society

“Clever, funny and astute, this satire of humanity in all its shapes is a real winner.”
The Bookbag

“Browne has a gift for satire.”
Impact Magazine

“Ironic fun at the expense of the human condition, peppered with some sharp satirical jabs.”
The Daily Telegraph

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