Odyssey in a Teacup's humorous slant makes the dark side of our natures look almost appealing! It shows us that by taking on life with the help of your friends and with a tragicomical approach in the same way that Ruth Roth, the heroine of the story does you can survive pretty much anything—an extraordinary attitude to the ordinary everyday stuff. The main characters are colourful and endear themselves to the reader because they’re flawed, refreshingly real and so honest. Ruth shares her improper thoughts throughout the book, which in a way validates our own, those we wouldn’t dare admit to for fear of disapproval!
All in all, this book is a great mix of fantasy and reality. And it’s brazen and ribald, but it has depth. A thoroughly entertaining and inspiring read.
With quirky, colorful characters and never ending hilarity, this is one coming of age story you won't want to miss. Ruth Roth is priceless, a Jewish girl who holds nothing back as she crashes through life without hesitation. Her story quickly took me back to my own youth and growing up as she shares highs and lows that include first kisses, being carsick, and the questionable nature of a realtor's junk.
I'm not finished with this story yet (no where near finishing actually) but I would really love some intro feedback on whether or not I should keep writing and where the readers would like to see it head to. Thanks a TON!
Frog Boy's Origin, The classic tale of the teenage superhero done in a brand new way! A gift from his friend Plug gives Our hero Mike Wornhouse many different abilities and gadgets, he decides he should use he's powers for good and become protector of his home town: Bensworth! This may sound like a normal superhero story but it's much different! Join Mike as he becomes: Frog Boy!
I can't wait to hear what you have to say!
But if it's something negative at all, Keep it to your self because I don't think that kind of thing is right to post.
The lost Mind of Buffalo Morgan is old and new material taken from Mr. Hemmerle’s shows and woven into a powerhouse of hardcore comedy. There’s comedy everywhere in life and this novel will exploit that as a fact. From “Let’s bolt a cannon to the hood of my car" to "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Sex," there's laughs here for everyone. Is your family insane? Did you celebrate your divorce more than your wedding? Do you hate your job? You’ll love this book.
O.K. so here's the details. Book: New Moon; twilight saga #2
Author: Stephanie Meyer. Alright so we got some problems with the vampires, wolves, and relationship trouble. Here are some situations Bella gets in and what I would do if it were me. Basically this is what I would do in her shoes. You got me?
Hmmm... ever read twilight (sorry the first page) and go 'Where the hell is the plot?' or better yet 'Yawn she'll end up with him and be a vampire' just by reading the first line?
And then you have to put up the with thousands or thousands of pages describing him as a 'stone, marble god'?
Back when I half loved Twilight and half disliked it, I create this short "summary" of both the book and movie combined. (This was written around the time the movie first came out.)
It's written in script format. Hope you all like it!