Mr. Hooks is swimming through the last lap of The Ocmulgee and is about to step out onto dry land and into bookstores, a walking, talking catfish/film critic. Keep your eyes peeled. What he utters is utterly oracular and, for a fish, dry and sly.

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  1. I hope I have time to read Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying and Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children, plus David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest before Mr. Hooks is available!

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