From the new BEST SELLING adventure author Rick Goldman comes a story of a small town country boy caught between everyday life and an unforgettable journey!
Swept into an adventure that will take him from local hick to international stardom, the story delights young and old alike.
The story is inventive and original. Overall the book manages to draw in the reader and succeeds in captivating attention. There are a few misplaced words with some spelling errors, not much though and not enough to distract from the story.
Although it's interesting enough to read from beginning to end, I would not read it again. It's hard to shake the feeling that this would be better labeled as pseudo-Futurama fan fiction. There are some formatting issues, but don't let that distract you, you may enjoy it.
One of those short stories that can be read in an afternoon - front to back. The comedy turns to "drama-dy" several times throughout the story and it's difficult to laugh at such depressing issues. Other than that, there are some good laughs to be had, here and there. It's worth a look.
A wild house party sets the mood for a day of hungover and generally foggy minded misadventures. Follow the group of girls as they find a few leftover surprises leaving them with some unfortunate things to take care of before everyone heads home.
With proper character development and attention given to eliminate patterns in sentence structure this short story would be fantastic. Absurdly funny moments and situations make up for the style, though. The story is unique and worth a read.
Dark comedy taken to the next level. Squeamish beware. Although there are plenty of scenes that would qualify as horror, The One Who is Two never fails to remind the reader of the bizarre humor that exists in such grotesque circumstances.
It's a page turner and that's what counts.