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Hyperlink from Hell: A Couch Potato's Guide to the Afterlife

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Murder. Mayhem. And at least one "bat" guy.

Murder haunts The Haven, celebrity James Canning's home since he lost touch with Reality TV. What's his "shrink" to do? Assign writing therapy, of course. But when the good doc reads Canning's memoir, Hyperlink from Hell, he checks into his own padded suite and Canning disappears. To save the doc from madness, The Haven's new dir
Kindle Edition, 493 pages
Published October 8th 2012
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Carol Kean
Jul 12, 2014 rated it it was amazing
"Hyperlink from Hell" is so fresh, funny, and original, you're not going to say what so many book reviewers have said of so many other books: "I don't just want my money back; I want those wasted hours of my life back."

Reading a book is not just forking over 2.99 or 5.99 or 15.99... it's spending precious moments of your life, and we have a finite number of days to live. So, I no longer read every novel I'm asked to read and review. Lots of them are "DNR," Did Not Finish (not "Do Not Resuscitate
Dec 17, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Hyperlink from Hell is witty, complex, profane, inane and insane. Its author, Lindy Moone, gives fair warning of this on its title page:
“Caution: In(s)ane Mystery ahead. If you have any sense, or sensibilities, this senseless novel will surely offend some or all of them. Just put the book down, and back away. (Now).” The italics are mine.
This book is for readers who crave something truly original.
It has two narrators. The first is female, the acting director of The Haven, an insane asylum. Alre
Lorinda Taylor
Oct 22, 2016 rated it really liked it
A Bored God Plays Games with Those Who Created Him

Hyperlink from Hell is a difficult book. On a superficial level, it’s a bawdy, raucously funny, offbeat fantasy, but it’s a lot more than that. The beginning grabbed me because the author is such a skillful writer, establishing the situation, setting, and characters with smooth realism. Then with the onset of Jimmie Canning’s book-within-a-book, I was plunged into the kind of story I don’t usually read – overloaded with sex, nudity, and bathroom
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I write, among other things, In(s)ane Mysteries: a cross-genre blend of psychological mystery and manic humor, peppered with paranormal.
My first published novel is "HYPERLINK FROM HELL: A Couch Potato’s Guide to the Afterlife," and I'm working on its sequels: "Riding the Bull" and "3 Wize Monkies." I trained as an artist but always wanted to write stories — and always did, mostly in secret. I liv

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“From Bertrand Russell’s “An Outline of Intellectual Rubbish”: “I am sometimes shocked by the blasphemies of those who think themselves pious — for instance, the nuns who never take a bath without wearing a bathrobe all the time. When asked why, since no man can see them, they reply: ‘Oh, but you forget the good God.’ Apparently they conceive of the Deity as a Peeping Tom, whose omniscience enables him to see through bathroom walls, but who is foiled by bathrobes.” 2 likes
“On our way to the back stairs, we passed by the elevator. At one time, its mechanism was faulty, and only Matilda was brave enough to use it. Gramps wanted to have it repaired, but she’d raised holy Hell about it. “It’s too late to die young,” she’d insisted, “but it’s never too late to die quick!” 1 likes
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