Book: Flidderbugs by Jonathan Gouldcategories: Book, Humor, Politics, Insects, Bugs, Absurd, Political Satire
Jonathan Gouldabout this book: "What an amazing achievement: fiction that provides you with an incredible and fun read but leaves you full of thoughts long after you've finished the final paragraph."
All is not well on the Krephiloff Tree, where the Flidderbugs live.
On one side of the tree are the Triplifers, who are sure there are three points on the end of every leaf. On the other side dwell their arch-enemies, the Quadrigons, who claim that each leaf really has four points.
You might think that such a trivial thing might not matter, but it does. It matters a lot. Now it's up to Kriffle, the son of the leader of the Triplifers, to try to figure out the riddle of why the two tribes cannot agree on anything leaf-point related. If he does not, it could mean the end of the Krephiloff Tree.
Flidderbugs is a political satire, a fable, or maybe just a funny little story about a bunch of bugs with some very peculiar obsessions.
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