Tag Archives: Tom Robbins

Skinny Legs and All
Tom Robbins

Skinny Legs and All is, without a doubt, Tom Robbins’ best novel, and is well worth reading. If you read nothing else by Tom Robbins, read this book. I highly recommend it…

Villa Incognito
Tom Robbins

I’m a big fan of Tom Robbins, but this, I’m sorry to say, is not his best effort. Unless you’re a fan of Tom Robbins, this is one to skip…

Still Life with Woodpecker
Tom Robbins

Still Life with Woodpecker is about a red-headed bomber (terrorist?) named Switters, a.k.a. the Woodpecker. He meets up with a red-headed cheerleader, and they fall in kind of love (and, yes, I wanted to write that that way)…

Even Cowgirls Get the Blues
Tom Robbins

I don’t know why this was my least favorite of Tom Robbins’ pre-2000 novels…

Half Asleep in Frog Pajamas
Tom Robbins

One can describe the plot of a Tom Robbins book, but simply saying that the book is a Tom Robbins book is quite enough…

Jitterbug Perfume
Tom Robbins

Jitterbug Perfume is about an ancient king of Bohemia who sets out to discover (and, in fact, does discover) the secret to eternal life and youth…