Sweet Dream, Silver Screen

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
A young woman searches for her missing twin sister in a foreign country called America. On the road, she encounters a series of strangers who help her navigate its topography, including a cowboy in a pink Cadillac, a sadistic law enforcement agent, a pulp fiction novelist, the regulars at a nuclear bomb-themed dive bar, and a man who befriends mannequins.
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Words: 16,470
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452310596
About Moxie Mezcal

Moxie Mezcal lives under an assumed name in San Jose, California.

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Review by: spacepunk on May 07, 2014 :

This is some amazing stuff, at least until you get to the enigmatic (understatement) ending. Could it be the author died and the work was finished by their insane sibling? It's a great pity because the early parts of the book are genuinely brilliant! (I don't say this lightly) I love the rock and roll atmosphere. This is Pulp Fiction territory.

Another flaw I noticed: The protagonist is able to talk despite being restrained by a ball gag.

Don't give up Moxie... wherever you are.
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Review by: GraceKrispy on Sep. 05, 2010 :
Another intriguing short story from Moxie Mezcal, this story grips you from the beginning to the end. I'd like to have read a little more that would give me more context into the storyline, but it's a great example of a good short story.
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Review by: omk3 on March 04, 2010 :
A dreamy road movie where nothing much is explained and nothing really needs to. I can easily picture David Lynch or Jim Jarmusch directing it, it has that kind of atmosphere.
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Review by: Jenn Topper on Jan. 28, 2010 : (no rating)
Oh this is true pulp. It's accessible and seamless writing, which is so unique these days. Moxie has great talent and I hope to read much more!

A story that involves mysterious beat-downs, pink Cadillacs and a joint called the Fat Man bar, a missing sister, a man in pink jeans, you have to love it.

This is the real thing; take a pass on everything else that tries too hard. You've found what you're looking for.
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