"If you love Kafka, then you'll love Toilet." TOILET This novel tells the surreal tale of two generations of toilet-people and a man in a wine cellar, slowly going insane, after a nuclear war. The novel breathlessly explores the fate of a toilet that is transformed into a man who is pregnant, but who will always smell like a toilet. It is a book that one author describes as, "a perfect portrayal of post-modern man, who filled with longing, loneliness and confusion, searches desperately in an everyday abyss for the joys we were promised. It is a representation of the dissolution of the nuclear family. It is, in short, a book like no other, one so disturbing it edifies."