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Allen was just minding his own business, trying to get by in the big scary world. But Narrators have a way of ruining stuff. Now, harried by delusions, a corporate band of Demons, and Oxygen itself; and with his only ally a Narrator who has too much time on his hands, not enough control over his story and a love of Mexican libations, Allen must find his way to some randomly determined spot in the desert. If he doesn't, the whole of existence might end. You should read it. I hear it's really good.
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  • By Lyz Russo
    Oct 11, 2009
    "burning to get my hands on this one..." Fun from the very first! A fresh, laterally minded style, totally off-beat. This looks like a VERY promising read.
  • By Walter Muller
    Sep 19, 2009
    "Wander" This author grips the reader from the word go, I have only read the preview, and if the the rest of the book is only half as good, it is definately worth having, as Crystal Ross said; she is proud to have it, and is something which one can read multiple times, I myself is looking forward to start reading.
  • By Crystal Ross
    Jul 6, 2009
    "The spawn of Douglas Adams and Chuck Palahniuk" It starts pulling you in on the first page as our dear narrator spells doom for the antihero of the story. You remain clinched while he never seems to get anything to go his way. While evil forces are all against him, and the quiet voices in his head push him ever on, while making fun of him. The journey takes you on a gypsy-esque tour of the mind and soul. And you wait for every piece to fall into place. The jokes, and pratfalls are mesmerizing. And the descriptions of people and places and... things... slightly reminiscent of dear Douglas Adams. It's even kind of happy. Lessons do not go unobserved. Well, not to you, the reader anyway. Just our antihero. It's worth multiple reads. And I'm proud to have it in my collection.
  • By Julie Elizabeth Powell
    May 28, 2009
    "Clever and Intriguing" Certainly pulls in the reader from the start with its easy 'relate to' style. Great lines to promote interest, such as, 'There was a bit more to him than met the eye, stuff that didn't show up in DNA but we'll get to that later.' Fast paced, humorous and a clever use of psychology - even to the blurb on the back cover. Julie Elizabeth Powell, author of Gone, The Star Realm & Knowing Jack
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The Phantom Pantheon
September 29, 2011
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