{Review} Thunderbird by Jon Konrath

Pages: 186
Format: eBook
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Since I can only be myself no matter how hard I try to be someone else, I must say what I feel and let it ooze forth like the froth that runneth over from Cujo’s lips. What I might say could be just as toxic, but at least when my bite actually connects, you will no longer have to fear, just accept.

I don’t know where the hell that came from, just like I can’t begin to imagine where Mr. Konrath pulled some of the innovative stories that are within the pages of this book out from. I felt like I needed to be high to ‘get’ some of them.

“If John Travolta can fly, so can we.”

Or maybe my mind hasn’t transcended enough to step past bizarro and enter experimental land.

From a boy who has his future told to a carpet-wearing Chewbacca, the stories in Thunderbird are weirdly absurd, yet somehow entertaining. Your reasoning, as well as Konrath’s, will be questioned.

Read at your own risk!

*I was given a copy in exchange for an honest review*

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