{Review} Slaughtertown Circus by K.M. Tepe

by K.M. Tepe
Published by StrangeHouse Genres: Bizarro
Pages: 186
Format: eARC
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Slaughtertown Circus is a winner on all fronts; pacing (something was going on constantly), characters (some of them were so frickin’ hilarious!), storyline (creative), and believability.

This read had me laughing out loud and re-reading lines. Outrageously unreal moments made everyday by this author’s writing skill and storytelling.

This story definitely hit all the right spots at the right time. I loved the clowns!

A very imaginative read that I suggest you check out. I’m sure you’ll enjoy your time in Laughtertown

About K.M. Tepe

Spawned 1989 in the Midwest, the oddity began in her childhood, when her idea of playing with Barbies meant tying them up naked and hanging them from her closet doorknobs. Throughout her life, her main crushes were predominantly cartoon characters. Now, when she’s not staring blankly at a word document, Tepe is busy writing, acting, or working on different forms of art. She enjoys long walks on the beach, romantic poetry, and poking dead things with a stick.

I have an incurable book addiction and I'm not ashamed to admit it. I will buy a book based on its cover alone. I love promoting authors. I am... the Ultimate Reader.

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