Evil Lassie

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Lassie doesn't want to be a good dog anymore, so she changes her name, wreaks havoc, and fulfills her ultimate fantasy.

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Words: 1,200
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476492735
About Trina Jacobs

Trina Jacobs was born on Halloween. Her friends say that explains a lot.

She left her hometown after college, when she realized that there are places where winter lasts less than six months. She moved from central New York to Oklahoma, where she followed her dream of training horses and teaching riding lessons for several years before deciding that a steady paycheck might be nice.

Her work has appeared in a about a dozen magazines and anthologies. She is working on her first novel, an urban fantasy about vampires and werewolves and witches (oh my!)

Trina lives near Tulsa, OK with her husband, one horse, one dog, and three cats.

Reviews

Review by: Sandra Black on March 21, 2012 :
This was fun. It gave me a good snigger on each page. I simply can't understand why Lassie didn't add "Rick Santorum" to the list of possible evil names. Perhaps he was too evil. Jacobs has produced a competent, amusing and cleverly written satire. Well worth a laugh.
(review of free book)

Review by: Ferdinand Stowell on March 21, 2012 :
A quick glance at this title had me laughing, not something I could say of "War and Peace", which may (or not) have more literary merit. Those with attention deficit disorder may feel cheated; with only 1200 words, there just isn't time for their attention to stray, forcing them to complete an entire work at one sitting. It's so wonderfully silly that I kept laughing throughout - who wouldn't get tired of saving Timmy from the well? Spoiler alert: It becomes clear by the end that Lassie is lazy as well as evil - can we expect more of her non-adventures in the future? I'll try "Were-Poodles and Dragon-Cats" soon.
Thanks
Ferdinand Stowell
(review of free book)

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