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Moxie Mezcal has been sighted slouching down the back roads of California in a frock coat that smells of equal parts Gaultier and rotgut.
Like some disgraced cosmonaut, Moxie Mezcal sees only jeering faces in the starry night sky.
Moxie Mezcal swears too much, jogs too seldom, and lies compulsively. Some of the more amusing lies get published.
Top Customer Reviews
So that was the critique but, everything else aside, I couldn't put this book down. The writing ticked me off at points and I wanted to slap most of the characters, however the plot was really enthralling. I turned every page because I really wanted to see what was on the next one and isn't that what we look for in a good book?
The writing itself was all right. Lots of typos and errors. Maybe I just don't understand "Guerrilla Fiction" as the author describes this sort of work. Guerrilla Fiction doesn't need to justify itself.
Granted the pulp-fiction style was there, but anything else this could have been described as just lurked in the shadows.
Read it for yourself, you may like it. Sadly, I didn't.
Avoiding predictable twists, the story line is pushed to incalculable boundaries.
Guerrilla Fiction as described in the author's manifesto seems a promising nouveau genre which I HOPE to see more of in the near future!
I'm glad it was free.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Maybe it's me, but I still have a lot of unanswered questions after reading this book. It certainly is not boring and really keeps you guessing. Read morePublished 9 months ago by cat lady
I did like this book, but it was very confusing and I had to read it twice. Moxie Mezcal - Who does D meet in the bookstore? Even after reading it twice I still don't know! Read morePublished 15 months ago by C. Edman
It was real weird. I can't say as I ever figured out what the book was about. I think it's a great book for folks that are into not making money with their talent.Published 22 months ago by Norton1
This book has a very strange ending. I was really hooked throughout. I am not sure I was satisfied by the ending. Read it and see what you think.Published 22 months ago by Karen Andersonnoecker
I liked the storyline although it was a bit confusing it was at least different. Editing errors drive me crazy and there were quite a few. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Revvell
Loved it. Would make a great movie. Very well written, with a wonderful plot. Would love to see more from this author.Published on January 21, 2014 by Theresa O'Brien
Likeable character, D, and the writing is reminiscent of William Burroughs in some respects. Not for younger readers, but plenty of action and fun! Read morePublished on January 3, 2014 by E. G. Klaproth
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