Dunce Everyone calls Dunce ‘Dunce’. Everyone thinks that Dunce is an idiot. I used to think so too but not any more. Dunce is completely bald and has a really pointed head so the temptation to get him paralytic on his thirtieth birthday, carry him to the tattooist’s and get a nice big ‘D’ … Continue reading Short Story Saturday – Dunce by Mike Russell
The Switching Mirror by Dario Cannizzaro
I recently reviewed Maria Luisa Lang's The Pharaoh's Cat and I absolutely loved it. The Eye of Nefertiti is its sequel and is just as excellent! The cat must free Queen Nefertiti from a horrific curse The Eye of Nefertiti is both a stand-alone novel and a sequel to The Pharaoh's Cat. The time-traveling ancient … Continue reading Review: The Eye of Nefertiti
I recently reviewed Clifton Kenny's excellent book, Reflections. Clifton has kindly agreed to share the full text of The Navigator with Examining the Odd readers!
Less Time - Poem by Andre Breton
Reflections revolves around three teenagers, Shane, Paige and Jimmer, as they work together to unravel Shane's mystery abilities. The young protagonist accidentally discovers that he can see into people's family histories by reflecting on them, discovering their ancestral past and unlocking their secrets.
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I’m sorry I’m so slow at writing the reviews. I had a lot of obstacles at the beginning of the month, and to confess, I just a little dare to write and read. Last week I barely got to see the new episodes of Game of Thrones. The new ones! That’s from monday to monday. I’m addicted to one drama that I’ll probably tell you more about in the end of the month and on top of that BigHit won’t stop playing with my heart daily. (I know that you have no idea what i’m talking about, don’t worry, it’s better this way) But enough about that. It’s time to talk about books.
The book arrived with a small…
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Corridor (Couloir) We are two On the one line where all’s continuous
The 100-Pound Gangster