Romance, for me, is another way that I can live vicariously through another. That's why I read anything. Even non-fic. I want to open my eyes as another. See worlds and people in a different light. Literature, in all it's forms, helps people build a world view of events or cultures.
Senator Aphid only wanted to improve his country, though after four years in the District of Laws he really should have known better. He's removed from office and soon grudgingly finds himself paired with Frog Dell, the reckless and self-indulgent hermit of the junkyard. As the two evade the wrath of a government run amok with corruption, dissension spreads through the public, and conspiracy reigns. What role does psychiatrist and part-time inventor Weasel McKenzie play in the upcoming Archministry election? How does front-runner candidate and acclaimed playwright J. Thomas Capra plan to fix the broken nation? Who's being stalked by merciless bounty hunter Jack Dingo? Why is Dead Fish wandering an empty version of the world? The pressure escalates quickly in this twisting, zany, fast-paced and subversive satire that, like real politics, requires (and prefers) absolutely no prior political knowledge. NOTE: This book is the heavily revised second edition of the now out-of-print book Frog Dell's Junkyard.
D.G. Driver is the incredible writer of two books I have reviewed. "Passing Notes" and "Cry of the Sea". Click the titles to see my reviews. She has the amazing gift of writing from a teenagers perspective with such accuracy it will transport you back to your own teen years. Her stories are perfect for … Continue reading Indie Author Spotlight- D.G. Driver
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Paul Trinetti is the author of the book "Manufractured" that I recently reviewed. The review. I recently had the pleasure of interviewing him about his book. He is a very intelligent and friendly man who I really hope to see go far with his writing. He divulged that he is really hoping to see this … Continue reading Indie Author Spotlight – Paul A. Trinetti