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Monsters in the Attic

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Gabe didn’t go looking for the role as Earth’s defender against marauding aliens; in fact, quite the opposite. Pet sitter by day, jump-blues guitarist by night, Gabe’s plate is, as they say, quite full. He has his ducks all in a row. He and life are reading off the same page. You get the picture. But fate is not some bleeding heart, Mr. Rogers, do-gooder. Oh no. Once he ...more
Paperback, 252 pages
Published November 22nd 2010 by Full Arc Press
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Shelleyrae at Book'd Out

I like to peek out of my reading comfort zone now and then, just so I don't get stuck in a rut. Having just finished Few Are Chosen when the review request for this came in I was willing to give it a try and I am glad I did.

Blaine C Readler has written a quirky story where a raccoon, puppeteered by an alien intelligence places the responsibility of saving the world on a reluctant blues playing, pet sitter. Gabe figures the talking varmint is nothing but a LSD flashback, but the raccoon is insis
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Blaine is a consulting engineer with a BSEE in electronics, holds four patents, plays guitar in blues bands, has sailed the Windward Islands of the Caribbean, and invented FakeTVTM. He can still run a six-minute mile, but appears deranged for five minutes afterwards. In college English 101, his professor repeatedly wrote on his composition assignments, “Blaine, when are you going to begin writing ...more
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