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Kumquat - Jeff Strand
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Format: kindle
Pages no: 265
Edition language: English
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Kitty Horror
Kitty Horror rated it
5.0 Kumquat by Jeff Strand
Todd meets Amy at a local film festival, he finds her funny, attractive and unfortunately with an inoperable brain aneurysm. They decide to do something spontaneous and plan a weekend driving from Florida to Rhode Island to sample a legendary hot dog. Todd and Amy are great characters, their relatio...
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4.0 Kumquat by Jeff Strand
A kumquat is a fruit.Jeff Strand is a nut.This is not a horror novel.Color me confused.This was a madcap rom-com roadtrip thingy involving Rhode Island hot dogs that will make you laugh till you lose control of your bladder. Not my cup of tea, my idea of rom-com is MISERY. But, Mr. Strand is, among ...
Bark's Book Reviews
Bark's Book Reviews rated it
5.0 Kumquat by Jeff Strand
I’ve only read three books by Jeff Strand. In case you were dying to know, they were Casket for Sale: Only Used Once (best book title ever), Dweller and Stalking You Now. I’d love to read more but there’s that godforsaken tbr pile that won’t stop breeding when I leave the room. Those stories were a...
Wag The Fox
Wag The Fox rated it
4.0 Kumquat
I can't help it. I see that title and I think tropical porn. I am an odd duck like that, but so is Jeff Strand. Don't believe me? Just read one of his horror novels. This isn't one of those, however.No, Kumquat defies classification, although if it were a film it would slip snugly into the romantic ...
Gregor Xane
Gregor Xane rated it
4.0 WARNING: Don't read this book while eating poison
I don't know that I've ever read a romantic comedy before. Yet, that's what this is. If someone had told me that I might one day like such a thing, I'd have said that it was possible but doubtful. I don't read romance. I don't much care for romcoms on film. I'm pretty picky about comedies, especia...
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