Killin Machine

Rated 4.50/5 based on 10 reviews
Jake Barnes, an odd man, is a struggling novelist that makes his living at a publishing house where the owner and the other employees find him too strange to fraternize with. His social life and his writing career change when a mysterious man shows up on his doorstep demanding that Jake hand over the man’s cat. Quirky humor.
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About JT Pearson

About the author
JT Pearson studied writing at The University of Minnesota. He now lives in Wisconsin near his parents, most of his fifteen siblings, and their children. When he’s not writing he spends the majority of his time with an army of extremely small, dirty-faced beggars who are often missing at least one shoe, talk funny, are short a few teeth, and regularly pick his pockets for gum and small change whenever he’s distracted.
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JQDahiya reviewed on July 19, 2017

At first, it didn't read like a sci fi story at all. At all. We have this weird loner guy. And then we have a kitten. Then he has kittens, in the British sense of the term. And slowly the sci fi part emerges. And the horror part. Except that it's at least as funny as it's horrible.

I'm pretty sure I'm glad I live half a planet away from the story's location, given how it ended. But it was funny as anything.

If Stephen King wrote funny stuff, and was as funny as he does horror, he might aspire to write something like this.
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Andre' Mwansa reviewed on April 10, 2017

Keep up for sure, it was a really great funny story. Killin Machine indeed. Well done!
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Poepa reviewed on Aug. 18, 2016

Don't give up. I laughed long and hard with this one. Keep up the good work, or maybe that CAT will find you.
J Dufresne
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Gemini Press Books reviewed on Aug. 22, 2013

Nice!
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Carol Hanson reviewed on July 15, 2013
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Very funny and charming. I enjoyed the interaction between Jake Barnes and the cat. There is an interview with the writer about this story online that is very funny also. If you can find it you should read it. I think it was called something like an interview with Jake Barnes of Killin Machine. The main character of the book.
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James Jenkins reviewed on July 13, 2013

The story flows and unfolds very nicely. I found the hints and the plot development perfectly timed.

Everyone thinks they are they only normal person and Jake is no different, it is easy to immerse yourself in his being for this story.
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Geneva Boettcher reviewed on June 2, 2013

Another fantastic story from a fantastic author! If you love this, just wait until you see the rest!
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sirsmashalot reviewed on June 1, 2013

great book
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Carol Hanson reviewed on June 1, 2013

This story is very funny if you have a dark sense of humor. A great read.loved it!
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Jacinta Herman reviewed on June 1, 2013

Crazy entertaining!
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