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on Dec. 10, 2012 :
A fun read, if a bit dry.
(review of free book)
R. A. Danger
on Oct. 18, 2012 :
A fun manual book that is by told by a tentacle alien (reminds me of “War of The World” aliens). Even if their company does advertise themselves enough and says about the law and warranties more then once. There type of healthy Human is a couch potato or from the pictures that what I see. One could also tell the aliens, maybe this is way the Humans are lazy and sleep longer (But then again I can't read alien time cycles). One wonders why they have Humans as pets if we can be killed by their diseases. From everything that I see and the pictures it seem that it's expensive to keep us.
A note to the aliens if some Humans are already in the wild, and if your keeping other aliens as pets. Then sooner or later they will raise up and attack you for keeping them as pets.
(reviewed long after purchase)
Baron R. W. Lewis
on Sep. 09, 2011 :
Found this short fiction, reads just like the many "How-to" pet books available. The humor is in the exposition of the pet being a human being and not a cat-dog-fish-pony-turtle or what we view as pets. Plus there is the transference of what we humans think of the animals that we keep as pets. It is well worth the ninety-nine (99) cents, and can be used as a replacement pet guide.
(reviewed the day of purchase)