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Dizzlemuck: Love in the Time of Wee Folk

4.6 of 5 stars 4.60  ·  rating details  ·  5 ratings  ·  2 reviews
The town of Burghville is a peaceful place of backyard cookouts, quiet neighborhoods, Memorial Day parades, and rummage sales. But one Spring something new arrives, an invasive species of a sort no one could have imagined: a marauding band of mischievous and magical Scottish wee folk, foot-high anarchists with a taste for grass-root tea, front yard bonfires... and absolute ...more
Paperback, 424 pages
Published August 6th 2010 by Sybil Press Books
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Todd Cox
Oct 10, 2010 Todd Cox added it  ·  (Review from the author)
I wrote this, so I can't really rate it or critique it... not publicly, anyway. Fans of Vonnegut, Tom Robbins, Ed Abbey, satire, sarcasm, mushroom trips, illicit sex, paganism, clairvoyance, and Mother Nature might like it.
Mavis Mather
A fun feel good book full of mischief.
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Todd Michael Cox was born in the northwoods of Wisconsin, and has been writing for most of his life. Although he's had short pieces published here and there he considers the novel to be his natural medium. His work ranges from comic adventures (like DIZZLEMUCK) to darker studies of death, mourning, and the loss and recapture of innocence in modern day America, along with everything in between (as ...more
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