By Martin Myers
One man’s hilarious quest for his lost manhood – this is a mad romp through miracles and missing masculinity.
Gilbert Frigate was in the men’s room of the Rialto Theatre when it happened…
So begin the bizarre adventures of Gilbert Frigate, projectionist, whose misfortune it is to be parted, suddenly and bloodlessly, from a most vital portion of his anatomy. Distressed, Gilbert takes consolation where he can: at least he’ll look better in tights.
In this wildly hilarious and intriguing novel, Martin Myers ranges from mythical to medical, biblical to blasphemous, vaudeville to vituperation, in a romp that includes faith healing, film making and the Second Coming, though not necessarily that that order.