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Suburban Gnome Invasion

3.8 of 5 stars 3.80  ·  rating details  ·  5 ratings  ·  2 reviews
When a gnome family takes up residence under a house in a suburban neighborhood, a human family realizes the creatures aren’t your normal garden variety. They’re a new breed, a mutated invasive species infiltrating North America. The animals are worse than rats, bats, possums, or raccoons. They’re extremely territorial and skilled with bows and poison arrows. When an unemp ...more
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Published April 2012 by Musa Publishing
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What if those garden gnomes started invading our houses, and what if they had weapons? Suddenly property values start to fall as gnomes chew the infrastructure of our lives. And suddenly an everyday father finds he has far more than the everyday on his hands.

Touching on issues great (global warming) and small (sons’ messy rooms), adding pitch-perfect dialog, and blending dysfunctional family life with dysfunctional wildlife invasion, this story’s just plain fun from start to finish. A great shor
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How far would you go to protect your family if your household was under siege?

Reading Suburban Gnome Invasion is like jumping into a cold lake on a hot summer day. A shock at first as you adjust to this new environment but once you’re fully immersed you’ll quickly get caught up in the intense conflict between the gnomes and Arnaldur and his family. This story is especially satisfying for anyone who has ever battled an
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