The Man Who Could Fly But Probably Shouldn't've

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Throughout the course of human history, only three people have ever managed to achieve flight through sheer focused concentration. Everybody else simply pooped their own pants. More

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Words: 55,480
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301786558
About HLH Pattison

A lifetime resident of British Columbia, HLH Pattison was born in Vernon, and currently resides in Vancouver.

He's worked as a ranch hand, dishwasher, internet cafe barrista, and currently is stationed as a salesman within one of Canada's largest comic book stores.

The Man Who Could Fly But Probably Shouldn't've is his first book.

When not authoring amazing feats of fiction, he's often feeding birds.

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Chapter One, read by HLH Pattison
HLH Pattison, the author of The Man Who Could Fly But Probably Shouldn't've reads the first chapter of the novel!

Reviews

Review by: Dick Underwood on June 14, 2013 :
Half way down the first page I had decided the book was rubbish but by the bottom of the page I was hooked. To say that this book is quirky would be an understatement, but it's quirky in a nice way. Great imagination. This author is one to watch, a Terry Pratchett in the making. Brilliantly written in a style that grabs you and doesn't let you go because the hero is an ordinary person pushed into extra ordinary situations through no fault of his own.
(review of free book)

Review by: David Glasgow on March 13, 2013 :
I just got done reading HLH Pattison's "A Man Who Could Fly But Probably Shouldnt've". Where do I began? It was a totally delightful, engaging cluster-f**k. I was there, and then here and then back over there the entire ride. I wanted to reach in and high five Ernie, I face palmed at his ways as I would see myself in him. I laughed and giggled as I physically sat at work as passer-bys wondered where I have gone? Because my mind had flown to Vancouver, witnessing the God almighty high on shrooms playing with Enrnie like an old toy he's rediscovered. This was clever, this was imaginitive, this fun and silly. It made sense through total nonsense. I've already been an admirer of this particular writer, from my loose Tumblr writing days. I remebered being floored and inspired. I'm a fan man, always have been.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Frank Orr on March 09, 2013 :
A good read from a first time author, well paced and never boring, it will keep you reading. You can see a lot of the author's experience in life in his writing.
(review of free book)

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