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ClownFellas by Carlton Mellick, III
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REVIEW: CLOWNFELLAS by Carlton Mellick III

This is not a safe book for coulrophobics [sufferers from clown-phobia]. In real life, we can avoid circuses, carnivals, and certain fast-food establishments. Not so in the New York City of CLOWNFELLAS: here Clowns are not only real, they're a separate species--not a separate ethnicity or nationality, an entirely divergent species. They have their own city, Little Big Top, and as with any urban locale, ghettos and crime--and a clown Mafia. Imagine kneebreakers with bulbous red noses, wild green hair, size 30 shoes, and clothes crawling with cockroaches. [As an example.] Now further imagine you are a wild-animal veterinarian employed by a city zoo, summoned by the clown Don--and you're severely coulrophobic. Yeah--you get the picture.
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July 16, 2015 – Shelved
July 27, 2015 – Started Reading
July 28, 2015 – Finished Reading

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