The Farm, A Short Story About A Story

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The Farm - a small story, about a story. It's a short story, so short it does not meet the Short Description format of one particular retailer's minimum length of 50 non-whitespace characters (which frankly sounds a little politically incorrect) to even list it. The author has demanded they contact him in regard to this matter and speak to him and several of his lawyers... More
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About Chassis Albuquerque

Apart from referring to himself in the 3rd person, Chassis Albuquerque suffered from a speech defect as a child – when he spoke, he continuously lied and to counter this habit was given a typewriter by his parents and began to write. As with a lot of writers, most of what he writes is drawn from his own interactions and experiences burlesqued and twisted into fiction.
“My life’s full of them, outrageous exaggerations, I write because no one believes what I say."

Chassis Albuquerque currently lives in London with his wife and baby daughter. He is on a diet (Low Carb) and learning Polish - this is unrelated to anything literary, he just thought to mention it.

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Review by: James Jenkins on Dec. 23, 2016 :
I didn't get the point of the story nor could I figure out how the intro had any relationship to story.
(review of free book)

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