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If you haven't read this book, you should

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message 1: by Fred (last edited Dec 28, 2014 05:01PM) (new) - rated it 5 stars

Fred For the occasional reader and the avid book worm, this book has much to offer! Hopefully not sounding too 'chiche', let me assure that you will be treated with quirky characters, wild plot twists, and an all around fun read.

Jenny Demonic I had a wonderful time reading this book, I know more than once my dogs looked up when they'd hear me laugh out loud and say "Oh, Zelda, what IS going on?" There's a great wit in the writing and it's not at all forced. I think I could probably re-read this book in a day with time to spare, not because it's trite or simple, but because it has such a great flow, and you really come to have strong opinions about all the characters and how they fit into the story, and that's interesting, not very many books weave the same people with smaller roles through the entire novel, they wrap them up nicely or they completely forget about them, it's refreshing to read a book that takes the opposite approach.

Fred Help spread the word, Jenny!

Betsy Robinson Thanks, Fred and Jenny. By the way, I just learned that the distributor, SPD (Small Press Distribution) offers book clubs a special deal at 30% off. You would have to buy it directly from them. The information is at: And the SPD page for the book is:

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