Games Poor Kids Play

eBook (PDF), 220 Pages
(4 Ratings)
Price: $4.99
When you don't have much, you work with what you have... Action, adventure, romance, exploding garbage cans, and punches below the belt, this book has something for almost everybody. Games Poor Kids Play is a collection of short stories and life experiences of a young man growing up in a small town in Wisconsin. If you are easily offended or insulted, bothered by obscene language, or don't have a sense of humor; this book is probably not for you. Some of the content may not be suitable for children.
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  • By Draven Stedman
    Feb 27, 2010
    Read your book, and now I need to get my own copy! lol (btw im your nephew! lol)
  • By nadinelaman
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Outrageously hilarious!" Games Poor Kids Play is outrageously hilarious! I laughed until I couldn't catch my breath. If these stories are even partly true, it's a wonder any of these kids lived to adulthood. It is amazing there weren't more injuries than are reported. These are the games where someone is going to put an eye out! Dart tag, really? Andrew's writing style perfectly matches the characters and the setting. Andrew Revels is a bright new rising star in the writing community. Nadine Laman, author
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Andrew Revels
September 30, 2011
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