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  • By Stephanie Houghton
    Jun 8, 2015
    The form was sometimes confusing but JESUS what an ending :O I actually got chills!!!!!
  • By J.R. Williams
    Oct 22, 2014
    Eddie is one of the most talented and innovative writers that I have ever known. He goes beyond the art of wordsmithing, creating an alchemy of alliteration, mastering the English language, and twisting it into a creature of his own design. You will not be disappointed one minute in reading and enjoying the world of his mind. Indeed, you might never be the same.
  • By Jennifer H
    Oct 8, 2014
    I liked it enough to read some parts twice.
  • By Melody Sumner Carnahan
    Aug 24, 2014
    What I like about Eddie Mumford’s debut novel, INVISIBLE FOXES: masterful dialogue, witness Vinnie/Mustache, Vinnie/Fawn, Vinnie/Dasha repartee; uncanny capture of the thought processes of variant females including the perspicacious Vinnie; vivid incisive vocabulary and sentence structure that speed up extrapolation of new meaning (“My tone was lost to me.”); on-target web-bite and science factoids lend emotional ballast to irony; the leitmotifs of bullying and Jack Layton and hurricane Irene and the Oz theme stitch the narrative keenly; Vinnie’s private blog with “corrupted” sections perfectly conveys the notion of compulsive deception in self-therapy; excellent dialect in Sonja and the Boss; engaging immersive mental and physical atmospheres with clarity of sensory detail; the salvia-smoking episode and subsequent subversive witty wordplay; character responds to narrator’s stories recursively included as titled chapters; this is a bold, surprising, scary, inviting achievement from... More > an inventive writer; read it you’ll see. – Melody Sumner Carnahan, July 2014< Less
  • By Marie Ortega
    Mar 22, 2014
    I got this off of goodreads, fucking brilliant and weird! @v@ "The unhealthy imagination; 2011: Doomsday-ish: The greater Toronto area, not that you could tell; they all watch American shows; they all sound like Americans now. Vinnie might be delusional, but she knows how to tell a good story. Web cams rape you if you leave them on too long, they've been trained that way, for generations you know. Best thing you can do is speak in tongues, and bite out theirs."
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Product Details

First Edition
May 22, 2013
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
1.16 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
5.5 wide x 8.5 tall
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