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Strange Brain Parts

3.22  ·  Rating Details ·  9 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Strange Brain Parts is a collection of four dark and somewhat absurd short stories. In this collection you’ll find:

Monsters In Mirrors: Stevie is disgusted to find out his sister has been having a secret affair with Frankenstein’s monster. Events take a tragic turn when Stevie discovers his sister is also pregnant with the monster’s child.

An E.T Named Sue: The patrons of a
Kindle Edition, 45 pages
Published January 27th 2012 by Smashwords (first published September 5th 2011)
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Nikki "The Crazie Betty" V.
These short stories were indeed strange. I’m not sure how I feel about the collection as a whole yet but I will say I think the author is very talented and I look forward to finding more of their work. My favorite story in this collection I think would have to be “Monsters in Mirrors”. It was just so disturbing and wrong on many levels and I love those kinds of stories. “The Big Leftover Whatever” was probably my least favorite and I also found the dialogue and narration a little confusing. I ...more
Jett Cat
Nov 19, 2014 Jett Cat rated it really liked it
Disturbingly fun?
I can only say you have to read it to get what i am saying. Its like a fairy tale and a bed time story and a campfire scare all in one.

Its worth the read, and maybe someone can explain why i thought this was a cute little horror story and then realized how actually disturbing it was that i felt that way?

Still confused on how it brings a chuckle to my lips and makes me cringe at the same time, but i liked it!
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Allan was raised in the Canadian hinterlands by a pack of dyslexic wolverines. Trapped at age 14, he was brought to civilization and tamed with TV programming and caffeine. He was later integrated into human society with mixed results.

Periodically Allan can be found wandering the streets of Edmonton where he lives. Usually he is coherent and can be approached without tranquilizing him first.
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