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James Steele
I build worlds across multiple genres including sci-fi, bizarro, non-traditional fantasy, dark fantasy, anthropomorphics, and a little bit of horror.I have much to say. I write for everyone willing to listen. Anyone who is willing to look at the world as I see it. show more

I build worlds across multiple genres including sci-fi, bizarro, non-traditional fantasy, dark fantasy, anthropomorphics, and a little bit of horror.I have much to say. I write for everyone willing to listen. Anyone who is willing to look at the world as I see it.
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Kate Says: "Reading Is Fun!"
Kate Says: "Reading Is Fun!" rated it 9 years ago
I like books that make people uncomfortable and according to Anita Dalton's review on www.ireadoddbooks.com this book does that and so much more. So, I'm really intrigued to read it and see for myself.Holy moly me oh my, boy oh boy, is this one of the most bizarre and interesting books I have come a...
Bitsy Bling Books
Bitsy Bling Books rated it 9 years ago
If Salvador Dali were to comment on the meaningless of a college degree he might be inspired to paint a flying toaster getting whacked by a horse dildo. Steele makes excellent use of the literary device, non sequitur, in his comedic quest to save humanity in Felix and the Sacred Thor. This is not ju...
Dantastic Book Reviews
Dantastic Book Reviews rated it 9 years ago
In a dystopian society where unemployment is the norm, Felix wields the Sacred Thor against the forces that threaten humanity, the sentient toasters living in the chest cavities of most college graduates. Did I mention The Sacred Thor is a "marital aid" shaped like an enormous horse penis? I didn'...
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