Aaron Lee Moore writes:

Pharoni is a wild ride rife with authentic characters, each with a well-crafted and well-paced arc where we witness the spiritual journey from struggling and starving artist rags to corporatist riches. [….] Stylistically, the dialogue is pithy and witty, always upbeat, tastefully laden with bold profanity spoken by believable, realistic characters. Dodds often employs odiferous imagery in an interesting manner, particularly memorable in the scene entailing the dismantling of the ancestral mausoleum. The experimental structure of Pharoni is also intriguing—dialogue presented in the form of a play or screenplay spliced into the novel as a hybrid.”

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