Tales of the Absurdid

Rated 4.75/5 based on 4 reviews
This is a wonderfully imperfect collection of some hopefully funny short stories by a first-time e-author. You will laugh, you will chuckle, you will roll your eyes, you will believe a monkey can type and give his stories away for free.

And if you enjoyed this collection and wanted to post a short review about it, I certainly wouldn't stop you.
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Words: 21,080
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466035508
About Gord Oxley

Update (September 2012): I just uploaded a second batch of sausages in short-story casing ("Fifty Shades of Tartan and Other Assorted Love Songs") to go with the first batch uploaded in March ("Tales of the Absurdid"). Very fun. Are they good? Oh hell, I don't know. But they're fun to do, and they're free.

I'm now a two-time e-writer, but not a two-timing one; I'm a luvva not a playa. Anyhoo, I'm based in Toronto, Canada (the apology capital of the world). Hopefully you'll find some of the intended funny stuff funny. The spaghetti theory is in play here - throw enough of it at a wall and some of it will stick.

Hobbies include semi-colons and jogging. Thanks for reading this far; gotta run.

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Review by: Ecowitch on April 22, 2012 :
This is quite an amusing collection of tales that takes the ordinary and gives it a little twist. Quite satirical and very dry witted this is certainly worth a try if you enjoy a bit of modern world mocking. And to think this is the author's first work...
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Review by: Robert Hawke on March 22, 2012 :
Gord Oxley is a gifted and talented writer. I laughed out loud more than once while reading this book. Funny and witty with a side of spicy angst. Love it. I look forward to more.
(review of free book)

Review by: Gary Weston on March 04, 2012 :
Addictive. If there's a typo,it's escaped me so far. Slightly odd formatting, which only adds to its quirky (an overused term, but it sits well here)style. I'm not reminded of anyone, which is a good thing, because Gord has a refreshing uniqueness that will amuse us for years to come. If this is Gord's first outing, (I sincerely doubt!)then I look forward to reading much more by him.
(review of free book)

Review by: Melody Hewson on March 03, 2012 :
"Any fool can build a house of cards and knock it down again, but it takes a genius to make a person laugh." I have no idea who said that, but I was laughing before I even got to the first story in this collection. By the third I could not even see the screen through the blur of tears, I was laughing so hard. But thankfully the world is safe from those deadly, planet-eating bugs!

I needed a good laugh and this ebook delivered from the very beginning. Definitely going on my "To Be Reccomended" list.
(review of free book)

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