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  • Tom Hickman tells the story of [the penis’] ups and downs with enthusiasm and a mostly straight face in “God’s Doodle”, a biography of what the dust jacket calls man’s “most precious ornament”.
    Mr Hickman goes, like so many men have gone before, where the penis takes him, and in the process answers a number of questions. Did Shylock want to castrate Antonio in “The Merchant of Venice”? Possibly. Is ingesting semen harmful? Quite the opposite. Mr Hickman claims it could protect against breast cancer. Where does Viagra get its name? Through the fusion of “virility” and “Niagara”, as in the falls. “God’s Doodle” is a seminal work.

    The Economist
  • Hickman has a dry, wry, light-on-his-feet style...enjoyably witty

    Metro
  • The perfect man book, brimming with funny facts

    Antonia Charlesworth, Big Issue, North
  • Tom Hickman tells the story of its ups and downs with enthusiasm and a mostly straight face

    The Economist

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