Looks like it could be interesting
The cover of WHO KILLED JERUSALEM? caught my eye and after reading the synopsis made me wonder how the picture depicted plays into the story. I'm not familiar with William Blake's work (which this book is influenced by) and A Confederacy of Dunces is still sitting on my 'To Be Read' shelf (which this book is compared to) so I unfortunately can't use those as indicators of my potential enjoyment. From the sample First Impression, I am intrigued enough to want to keep reading. This seems like it will be a weird book and weird usually means interesting which ultimately makes for a good read. I'm not 100% sold on the writing style and feel like I need to get more into it to make a determination on whether it's a great fit for me or not. Overall, I'm looking forward to reading WHO KILLED JERUSALEM? to see how the characters and plot develop.