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The Butler Did It
The Butler Did It rated it 6 years ago
Pure fun. I don't know if the author is trying to get us to think about our dependency on the internet and on electricity and all the other mod cons or not, but all it seemed like to me was pure fun. When an emerging consciousness begins to use Blake's web-enabled refrigerator to talk to him, the wo...
Kate Says: "Reading Is Fun!"
Kate Says: "Reading Is Fun!" rated it 7 years ago
3.5 starsMy friend Betsy just moved into her new home and she needed to purchase a new refrigerator because the one that came with the house was disgusting beyond cleaning belief. So, she went to the store and asked the clerk if they had a fridge that she could just plug into the outlet and it would...
dearmfield rated it 7 years ago
Imagine your refrigerator suddenly started talking to you. But instead of asking what you want to eat. (Which it should ask if it did talk.) It gave you demands to be meant, calls to be made and no ELECTRONIC DEVICES! What would the 21st century do with out a computer, Facebook, Twitter, etc. Mark R...
dearmfield rated it 8 years ago
Mark Rayner gave me a copy. but forgot to warn me that I may crack a rib. A laughing applause for General Lang.Flash Fiction including Advice from General Lang, Clown Apocalypse, The Device and Pirate Therapy. The side affects of Lucidiva is funny I always make up my own side effects for all those m...
Dilettante rated it 8 years ago
Obviously, I'm biased, but I am pleased with how this book came together.It's a collection of drivel (some pure, some quite tainted with meaning), that I've written over the past six years or so. Some of the short pieces have appeared in online magazines, and some in my regular blog, The Skwib. Many...
Dilettante rated it 11 years ago
A recent review (not mine):“Strange? Yes. Implausible? No, because Rayner successfully crafts an inherent logic into his surreal story with a collage of plausible first-person narratives, which includes the first-person ‘thinking machine’ narrative of the actual setting of the story—the post-apocaly...
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