Tag Archives: Humorous

Riotous Assembly

by Tom Sharpe

“The funniest writer now working in the English language.” —Stephen King

Straight White Male

by John Niven

A “high-octane novel of excess” featuring “the most lovable rogue since John Self in Money” (Ian Rankin), Straight White Male is a hilarious new…


by Mark Haskell Smith

“A fast, funny, freaky fusion of two unlikely worlds: literature and reality TV . . . Smith brings the awesomeness together like a literary…

Porterhouse Blue

by Tom Sharpe

“Tom Sharpe masters a staggering range of effect, from the bawdy to the sublime.” –Sonja Bolle, Los Angeles Times Book Review

Indecent Exposure

by Tom Sharpe

“Imagine a comic novel that sounds as if it came from the same source as Monty Python, Benny Hill, Fawlty Towers, and the early…

How I Became a Famous Novelist

by Steve Hely

“If this book doesn’t make you laugh, you may need a new funny bone.” —Kyle Smith, People (4 stars)

Bream Gives Me Hiccups

by Jesse Eisenberg

The remarkable debut by the Academy Award–nominated actor, famous for his roles in The Social Network and other films, a collection of hilarious, moving,…

The Best a Man Can Get

by John O'Farrell

“[A] bright, hilarious little novel . . . O’Farrell has a tart narrative voice and a delectably understated way with wisecracks. You could say that his style depends heavily on…