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"Strand creates two endearing characters and infuses their relationship with an unexpected depth, humanity and tenderness, while managing to keep it grounded in reality with wicked humor." -- Examiner.com
From the "wickedly funny" Jeff Strand (says Publishers Weekly) comes a comedy about love, death, hot dogs, TV, and obscure fruit.

Thirty-five-year-old introvert Todd Bryan
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Kindle Edition, 249 pages
Published July 1st 2014 (first published 2014)
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Dan Schwent
Aug 12, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Beta-male Todd Bryan meets the girl of his dreams, Amy Husk, who shares his obsession with Exit Red, a long running television show. Turns out Amy has an inoperable brain aneurysm and not much of a shelf life left. Together, they go on a road trip to Rhode Island for a hot dog and much much more...

This is the twenty-sixth book in my Kindle Unlimited Experiment. For the 30 day trial, I'm only reading books that are part of the program and keeping track what the total cost of the books would have
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Shelby *trains flying monkeys*
May 28, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: read-2014
More like 4.5 stars

Jeff Strand writes horror. Or so I thought. When I saw that he was giving away copies of this book I jumped and raised my hand and may just have begged a bit.
The story is from Todd's point of view. Before we go any further..let's get something straight. He is my book boyfriend! Back off bitches!


Todd is a normal somewhat nerdy guy. He meets Amy and they are discussing a hot dog that she saw on one of those Foodie discovery shows. Impulsively they decide to make it a road tri
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Gregor Xane
Jun 08, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2014
I don't know that I've ever read a romantic comedy before.

Yet, that's what this is.

If someone had told me that I might one day like such a thing, I'd have said that it was possible but doubtful. I don't read romance. I don't much care for romcoms on film. I'm pretty picky about comedies, especially on the printed page.

So, why did I read this?

Because I saw that Jeff Strand was giving away ARCs on his website for a forthcoming book, and I've liked what I've read by him so far.

When I found out it w
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Kelly (and the Book Boar)
Aug 14, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: read-in-2014
Find all of my reviews at: http://52bookminimum.blogspot.com/

I started out this book with an unfair disadvantage. You see, I’m a sucker for road trips. Road trips in movies, road trips in books – I’m in, and I’m probably gonna like it at least a little bit.

It doesn’t matter if it’s a family road trip . . .



or a bachelor party road trip . . .



or an unlikely duo in a series of misadventures road trip . . .



or a fight for your life road trip . . .



or a dumb (and dumber, or is it dumber-er???)
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Algernon
May 01, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2016

three stars reviews are generally considered 'meh', but it seems to me that the middle ground is the one that most needs additional clarifications from the part of the reviewer. My own litmus test comes in the form of two questions:

- would I read the book again : probably not.
- would I read another book by the same author : probably yes.

Since the Kumquat drifts more towards a positive rating than a negative one, I feel also the need for half-stars. 3.5 might make it clearer that I enjoyed my fir
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Zoeytron
Jul 05, 2014 rated it really liked it
Hello, my name is Zoeytron. I am a horror junkie. Jeff Strand writes horror. . . . . and romantic comedy? Yes, indeedy. And he gets it right in KUMQUAT. Normally I would not have touched it, having no interest in the rom-com genre. I purchased it based strictly on rave reviews from other horror lovers here on GR, figuring our tastes are similar enough to give it a go.

Pitch perfect dialog with a hint of dark humor, two regular people, engaging and funny. A spur-of-the-moment road trip from Flori
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Bark
May 30, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites, romance
I’ve only read three books by Jeff Strand. In case you were dying to know, they were Casket for Sale: Only Used Once (best book title ever), Dweller and Stalking You Now. I’d love to read more but there’s that godforsaken tbr pile that won’t stop breeding when I leave the room. Those stories were all horror or horror-ish and all had a dash (or more) of the same oddball, quirky humor that I’ve come to expect from this author. I heard from some of my GR friends that this story was pretty much a co ...more
Jenna
Aug 14, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 4-stars, fiction
What does a socially awkward introverted man do when he meets a funny and attractive woman who encourages him to do something spontaneous like drive to Rhode Island (from Florida) to eat a hot dog after telling him that she may die at any moment from an inoperable brain aneurism? Well, he goes, of course! And the book mirrors its message of how it's not about the destination but the journey or something along those lines. I loved this book and breezed through it in a 24 hour time frame. It was t ...more
Steve
Jul 05, 2014 rated it it was amazing
An endearing story of Todd and Amy on an adventure of epic proportions: to eat a hot dog at a very unique hot dog shack in Providence, Rhode Island. Doesn't sound like much of a premise, does it? This turned out to be the best book I've read so far this year!

Jeff Strand is normally a horror author, but I've never read any of his other books. In reading reviews, he's something of a master-craftsman when it comes to witty dialogue, and Kumquat is no different. The book is dialogue-driven from star
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Marvin
Jun 24, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: humor
An open letter to Jeff Strand

Dear Mr. Strand.

I have admired your novels and short stories for quite a while. I enjoy the way you can instill humor without reducing the elements of suspense and horror in your works. I enjoy the snappy but realistic dialogue. I've also noticed that for the most part your stories could be described as fiction for men. They tend to be suitable for those of us who crave the more, dare I say, macho tendencies in our literary heroes and villains. With a little gratuit
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Adam Light
I was fortunate enough to receive a free copy of Jeff Strand's new book in exchange for an honest review.
Extremely fortunate.
I discovered Mr. Strand's books about a year ago, thanks to my friends on Goodreads and their wonderful suggestions. I've read several now, and have yet to be disappointed. His books are always fast paced, easy to read and quite hilarious. So when I saw that he was offering copies for reviews on Goodreads I had to jump at the opportunity. Hell, he even sent the book with a
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Bandit
May 28, 2014 rated it really liked it
What an honor. I'm the first reviewer for the new Jeff Strand book. This kindle freebie was received as a gift from the author in exchange for a review, the book itself isn't available yet and I can honestly say that the author's generosity and general awesomeness did not affect my opinion. The opinion didn't need any swaying, the book was very good. Interestingly enough, a very different story than what I'm used to from Strand, not horror or suspense, nothing dark or twisted. This is a total lo ...more
Kimberly
Jun 05, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Let me first start out by saying that I am NOT a person who reads romance novels--comedic, or otherwise. EVER. However, as I have yet to read anything by Jeff Strand that I did not enjoy to a fairly high degree, I jumped into his latest, KUMQUAT.

As you can see above, I gave this one a 5-star rating. Jeff Strand's books are in a class all of their own! Be it horror, comedy, dark fiction, and yes--even a romantic comedy--he gives it something that compels you to go on reading. Not only did I eager
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Jon Recluse
Jul 13, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: humor
A kumquat is a fruit.
Jeff Strand is a nut.
This is not a horror novel.
Color me confused.

This was a madcap rom-com roadtrip thingy involving Rhode Island hot dogs that will make you laugh till you lose control of your bladder. Not my cup of tea, my idea of rom-com is MISERY. But, Mr. Strand is, among other things, a very good writer. He writes humor the way he writes horror; extremely well. The comedy is never forced, it springs naturally from the story.

Highly entertaining, highly recommended.


11811 (Eleven)
Jun 03, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I received a copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.

4.5 stars. Jeff Strand is legend when it comes to the horror comedy combo. In his latest novel he checks his horror at the door and gives a full onslaught of comedy in a consistently well told story. It's not random one liner humor. There is a great story here. The humor is really just a bonus to a well told romance story.

Yes, I said romance. Normally romance of any kind makes me nauseous or at the very least gives me acid refl
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Pamellia
Jun 18, 2014 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Highly developed Martians
Recommended to Pamellia by: Jeff, himslef
Shelves: 2014
Kumquat by Jeff Strand
Began, June 8, 2014 ~ Completed, June 10, 2014
From the Upper Peninsula, Michigan

Mr. Strand is a favorite author of mine. So when I saw he was offering the pre-published edition of Kumquat for his fans, I was ready to take him up on his offer. I'm glad I did.

After meeting at a low budget film festival, two friends decide to take a 2,000 mile road trip from Florida to Rhode Island. And what a crazy ride it was!

The protagonist's, Todd, character was written and developed by
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Kelly
Jun 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
I'm not a big fan of romantic comedies but I really enjoyed this one. I can't remember the last time I had this much fun or laughed so hard reading a book. If you're in the mood for a light, fast-paced read you might want to check this one out. Hopefully you'll love it as much as I did.
Kaisersoze
May 28, 2014 rated it really liked it
Having been one of the many to accept Jeff Strand's offer for a not-quite-finalised copy of his new book in exchange for an honest review, I honestly did not know what to expect. I'd just come off the very good Wolf Hunt, but the author was honest in saying this was nothing like anything else he'd written.

For starters, it's not a horror.

(I know!)

For seconds, it's a romance.

(I know!)

For thirds, it's funnier than Wolf Hunt - by a considerable margin!

(No, seriously, it is.)

This might be the first r
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Layton
Oh my. This book. I just felt so much and I wasn't prepared for it either. I really have to commend Mr. Strand for writing in another genre and doing it just so well. I laughed, I cried, and by the end I was pretty emotionally exhausted. This isn't a review, this is just me trying to get together some of the feelings I have about this book and the characters and the plot. I just love Amy and Todd so much and this book was great at making me laugh at some of the most terrible things that happened ...more
Kate
Jun 14, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Todd meets Amy at a local film festival, he finds her funny, attractive and unfortunately with an inoperable brain aneurysm. They decide to do something spontaneous and plan a weekend driving from Florida to Rhode Island to sample a legendary hot dog. Todd and Amy are great characters, their relationship never seemed forced, the dialogue between them felt natural with all the awkwardness and self doubt that usually plagues people as they let someone new into their life.
Even with his horror I fin
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Bill
May 28, 2014 rated it really liked it
Nobody writes cutting, witty dialog like Strand. The dude is quick and funny as hell. Kumquat flows fast with plenty of belly laughs. I kept waiting for a dismembered body to make an appearance, but I knew that this was not that kind of story (and I still awaited it anyway).

Todd and Amy, sitting in a tree. (No, that’s lame.) A little diddy about Todd and Amy. (Even lamer.) Ok, ok…I will leave the wit to Mr. Strand. Todd and Amy are on quest for a hot dog and the last few episodes of Exit Red, wh
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Melody Cox
Apr 13, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
What a great story! I got a huge kick out of this book. It's unfair to label this as a typical romantic comedy because it is so much more than that and I loved every minute. I don't mean to sound sexist but I normally don't read 'romance' or 'romantic comedy' penned by male authors although I have tried. This little rose among the thorns is the exception and Jeff Strand, who is described as 'wickedly funny, is very gifted at his craft.

I originally read this in June of 2015 and when I ran across
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twelvejan [Alexandria]
4 stars!

I'm kneeling in front of Amy's tombstone.

Amy Husk.
To our lives.
She brought much love
'Til that anvil
Fell from above.


Jeff, that was a cruel joke. And I hate you for that.

Kumquat had got me through a rough week. Not rough as in I just lost my job, or found out I have some incurable disease. No, it wasn't like that. It was rough because I had just started my new job and was feeling overwhelmed and alone. On the second day of work, I was feeling so many feelings. I was okay in the morning,
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Frank Errington
Jun 20, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Review copy

When it comes to writing, Jeff Strand has two passions, horror and comedy, and he often combines the two with much success. With his latest novel, Kumquat, Jeff gives his readers a comedic love story for adults and takes us on the road-trip of a lifetime from Florida to Rhode Island to PhaserCon in San Francisco.

Todd Bryan meets Amy Husk at what is arguably the worst film festival ever and they bond over a fictional sci-fi series "Exit Red." One thing leads to another and, before you
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Justin
May 28, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: romance, comedy
I was lucky enough to get an advanced review copy of this one from Jeff and I loved it. This is a little different from most of his books because it is a romantic comedy, that's right Jeff strand wrote a romantic comedy! And there where only two mentions of severed heads in it! I have read most of Jeff strand's work both adult and ya and some of his ya i don't care for because although I know it was ment to be stupid in a funny way some of it just tips the scale towards stupid a bit too far for ...more
Stuart Keane
Some people say that a writer is defined by the genre he writes in. It's also a myth that authors like to stay in one genre for risk of ruining a stellar reputation. Stephen King, for example, is a master of horror. However, when he steers into unfamiliar territory - thriller, science-fiction - the readers tend to voice their concern. I, myself, have no problem with an author who does this. Much like a reviewer reading a book out of their comfort zone, I feel a writer can grow if they change gen ...more
Nick Craven
After bonding at a terrible film festival, underachiever Todd Bryan and terminally ill Amy Husk go on an incredible road trip for some hot dogs and indie movie style romance.

Let me be the first to say that I really have a hard time finding books funny. I mostly read fantasy or sci-fi but I took a chance on a self proclaimed comedy and I found books actually can be hilarious! Sure there have been funny parts in books I've read that could evoke a smile or two but I literally laughed hysterically m
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Kyle Scott
Jun 08, 2014 rated it it was amazing
What is a Kumquat?

Common consensus has that its a small fruit-bearing tree, although some have labelled it an elaborate and impenetrable curse word preserved only for the most despicable of nemesis'.

It's none of these things...its a new novel by the always reliable Jeff Strand, and it's as hilarious, warm and colorful as the authors readership has come to expect.

What makes Kumquat stand out from Strand's other work is that its a Romantic Comedy.

That's right...a romantic comedy.

Now, as a horror
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Shadow Girl
Jun 02, 2014 rated it it was amazing

Kumquat is a phenomenal story!


I didn't know what to expect - a RomCom from a horror author? Admittedly, he's a horror author who cracks me up, (so you know that he must be a little twisted), but, no horror?
Well, I don't know why I don't read more of this genre! Maybe I will if Jeff Strand writes more of them!
I went on an emotional roller coaster ride from start to finish - one minute a chuckle - the next minute I'm wiping something wet off my cheeks (cheek sweat). I was audibly laughing throug
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Addy
Jul 17, 2014 rated it really liked it
This was an awesome little romance with lots of humor in between. I found myself laughing out loud and I just loved the dialogue. It was one crazy road trip between Todd and a woman he meets at a film festival. I loved it and couldn't put it down. Even though its not horror, Jeff has proved himself at being able to fall into other genres with ease. Thank you Mr Strand for giving me the opportunity to read this book! I'm definitely a fan:) Please, if you are a fan, don't miss out on Kumquat!
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