Spooky Kooky Tales For those who enjoy the surreal the wacky and the downright weird this little story collection is for you plus it has not one not two but three cat stories OK one is a virtual cat From confused

  • Title: Spooky & Kooky Tales
  • Author: Carla Sarett
  • ISBN: 9781311750457
  • Page: 430
  • Format: ebook
  • For those who enjoy the surreal, the wacky and the downright weird, this little story collection is for you plus, it has not one, not two, but three cat stories OK, one is a virtual cat From confused rabbis to reality TV producers, you ll meet a host of kooky and spooky characters and some even get happy endings.Note several of these stories by Carla Sarett wereFor those who enjoy the surreal, the wacky and the downright weird, this little story collection is for you plus, it has not one, not two, but three cat stories OK, one is a virtual cat From confused rabbis to reality TV producers, you ll meet a host of kooky and spooky characters and some even get happy endings.Note several of these stories by Carla Sarett were previously published in literary magazines and short story anthologies.

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    1. I absolutely loved this book. Sarett is a highly gifted writer, and she sparkles in this collection of short fiction. Some of the stories are creepy, some sad, and some funny, but in each and every one of them, the reader is firmly grasped by the scruff of the neck and taken where he least expected to go.A particular strength of Sarett's is humour, and the last two stories particularly showcase this, and were my personal favourites. The utterly charming Losing Mr Franklin is the nearest I've eve [...]

    2. This collection by Ms. Sarett is a delight from the first story, “My Name on It,” where a conference room is described as smelling “like dead roses and coffee” to the last story in which an academic learns from his pupils. In the other stories you will meet a robot cat, a scarily too trusting woman, a real cat who appreciates classical music, young lovers, middle-aged lovers, and an eight year old boy. The boy appears in “Stranger in Paradise,” my favorite story in the collection. In [...]

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