[Epub] ➞ Bears, Recycling and Confusing Time Paradoxes By Greg X. Graves – Agedanna.info

Bears, Recycling and Confusing Time Paradoxes Do You Want To Recycle But Aren T Sure How Are You Concerned That A Potential Suitor May Be A Vampire Have You Attended A Job Interview Only To Be Greeted By Hideous Telepathic Space Faring Lizardmen In Mansuits The Guide To Moral Living In Examples Educates On These And Many Common Moral Conundrums, Offering Bite Sized Advice For Nearly Every Improbable Situation Fueled By Years Of Unintentional Research On The Connections Between Robotic Bears, Talking Tattoos, And The Best Type Of Soap To Remove Irremovable Rings, Greg X Graves Gives Simple, Friendly Yet Essential Guidance On The Twisted Path To Moral Life With An Introduction By Brenton Harper Murray And Stunning Illustrations By Jeff Bent, This Anthology Is A Must Have For Young And Old Aspiring Moralists Alike

About the Author: Greg X. Graves

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10 thoughts on “Bears, Recycling and Confusing Time Paradoxes

  1. says:

    This has to be one of the most bizarre collections of stories I have ever read When the author contacted me to ask if I would like to review the book, it sounded like it would be a fun, maybe crazy, read Crazy is an understatement This book takes crazy to a whole new level Each story is only a few pages long, and at the end

  2. says:

    A weird, mildly entertaining little book full of short stories only a few pages long each Not particularly stood out as amazing or anything, but then I don t think the author was going for depth, weirdness The odd little morals at the end of every story were probably the best parts.

  3. says:

    Please humor me as I begin this review with a rather long run on sentence It seems the only way to aptly describe how I felt about this book Are you ready Brace yourself Bears, Recycling and Confusing Time Paradoxes was a book that had me reading fervently, in between bouts of pausing to exclaim Wait.what , and then bursting into raucous laug

  4. says:

    I wasn t quite sure what to expect with this, and it definitely wasn t what I thought I was pleasantly surprised It was laugh out loud funny.When your family comes to investigate the source of your raucous laughter, you know it s good stuff.Here s the thing the stories are COMPLETELY ridiculous There s not a shred of logic in this book That s definite

  5. says:

    Didn t finish edit That s not to say it s atrocious, it s just not for me Imagine a short story, fairly well written though some could have used an editor and typically fantastical This tale lives for three or four pages, wraps up in an abrupt end, and then the reader is given a moral that s technically somehow relevant to the story but absurdist in nature.Rep

  6. says:

    Crazy, bizzar, silly adult version of Aesop s Fables Several short stories that all end in interesting morals.

  7. says:

    Now, I like odd and weird books, but this one really just confused me Each story was only a few pages long and had a moral of the story at the end It seemed like the author was trying to write stories with advice that should have been funny in the context of the story but completely missed the boat and simply ended up with morals of the stories that had me scratching my head.I

  8. says:

    If the brothers Grimm did a collaboration with the Animaniacs something like this would be the result O_o It s a collection of some of the strangest fable friendly short stories you will ever read.Sometimes the utter absurdity of each tale kind of gets to you, but by the time you find yourself thinking OMG WTF This person is deranged you re already at the end That each story is very sho

  9. says:

    I was given this book as an ebook ARC by the publisher for review.I wasn t 100% sure what to expect when I turned the first page of this book, but in the end I found it an enjoyable read.The stories are a bizarre and eclectic collection, each only a few pages long and each ending with an amusing moral.I liked some of the tales than others, but I appreciated the overall humour of the piece and f

  10. says:

    As short story collections go this one is unique, it is laugh out loud funny and seriously confusing without being annoying The stories themselves are strangely entertaining with morales that are unique, well thought out, occasionally useful and loosely connected to the story preceeding it Graves certainly has an original way of looking at the world and this is is a superb glimpse into that view, you wil

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