Thursday, November 22, 2012

Review: Puppet Shows by Michael Frissore

Puppet Shows by Michael Frissore

A kindly organ grinder and his performing monkey adopt a young boy after his father spontaneously combusts; a barber living inside a whiskey bottle confronts the neighborhood nuisance who wields a dead squirrel like a pair of nunchucks; and an unruly gang of sock puppets are born in a basement dojo. Welcome to Puppet Shows, thirteen outlandish stories from a writer Tucson Weekly called "a very funny weirdo."

My Thoughts:
A fun collection of crazy short stories. They are very well-written and entertaining, if a little out-there. Read this if you have a good sense of humor and an appreciation for the ridiculous. (Check out his blog and you will see what I mean.)

And here is a little teaser. You're welcome.

My Rating: ****

*Notes: some profanity
My Source: author

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Writers AMuse Me Publishing

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