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Garrett & Sunny [Kindle Edition]

Peter Butler
4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)

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Book Description

When Garrett wakes to find a massive red handbag on his dresser and a pair of pretty pink panties on his bedroom floor, you'd think he'd be a happy man. But he's not - It seems the past twelve hours have been totally erased from his memory and rather than basking in the glow of a success he's more worried about who belongs to the items, what actually happened last night, and a million other things he can't quite remember to know if he should be worried about.. His attempts at answering those questions only add dreadfully to his problems.
And so begins the complex, frustrating, funny, charming, intriguing story of Garrett and Sunny. It's a story of love; not only of the beautiful but slightly nutty owner of the underwear, Sunny - but also of an ageing grandmother, and of a best mate called Truf. It's also a story about a nine year-old boy who knows more about surviving in this harsh world than three grown men. Plus, an ancient Australian aborigine who is living in a time-warp, and has no idea of his true value.
Garrett and Sunny is a story of lust and adventure in England and the faraway Australian outback - a place where Englishmen have a long history of coming to grief.
Before he realizes, Garrett is in over his head in more ways than he can count, and the events of the next few weeks of his life will either determine his future - Or, end it.


Editorial Reviews

About the Author

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:


I've read what many other fiction authors have written in this section with dismay. I get the feeling many believe they are applying for a job. 'I'm a thirty-eight year.. I grew up in a small.. I have two.. I studied at the University of.. - blah, blah, blah.'


None of that matters. As a writer, I have a job already - to entertain my readers. That's the minimum requirement. The ultimate achievement is to enthrall, beguile and compel them to want to keep on reading my words.


A fiction author uses words and order to create a sketch; a framework for the reader's imagination to fill-in and give color to an imaginary scene. The background and experiences of the author should have minimal bearing on this two-way creative process. With my fiction, it's 100% about enjoyment.


Everything comes from the imagination: to suggest otherwise would lead people to conclude that someone like a Koontz must surely be a psychopathic killer, or a Wilbur Smith must have killed a thousand lions with his bare hands, or J.K. must have wizards in her garden, to be able to write the incredible works that they create.

Product Details

  • File Size: 617 KB
  • Print Length: 254 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Peter Butler (June 8, 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KVQR2B8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Not Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #164,806 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Howlarious Romp Through the Australian Outback! January 20, 2015
By Ranger
Format:Kindle Edition
The writer Peter Butler promises to entertain the reader, and that's what he does with, “Garrett & Sunny,” a delightfully funny, sexy and yet intelligently written book.

The fun begins right at the start as Garrett/Gary, 30-something hedge fund manager from a really rich background, wakes up with a massive hangover in his London apartment, with ladies underwear all over the room, without any idea of what happened over the last 12 hours. Well, Sunny happened, that's what happened! Sunny is a sexy young lady who claims to have lost her virginity to Garrett, and that's how the Garrett and Sunny show begins...

We are introduced to Garrett's richie-rich family, his snotty sister Meg, his best friend Truf, his brother-in-law, Tim, his lovely grandmother, and soon enough, Garrett is sent packing to the Australian outback by his gran, to save the natives from having their land hijacked for fracking by oil companies.

It's fun all the way, with interesting, often quirky characters. The lively banter, the witty jokes, the funny situations and smart writing makes this book a splendid read. And I suppose the author had a younger Hugh Grant in mind when he wrote Garrett's character. 5 stars all the way!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very entertaining read January 11, 2015
Format:Kindle Edition
This author’s style of writing had me doubled over in laughter throughout this book. With every situation Gary finds himself in (whether self-inflicted or unintentional) I found myself getting pulled more and more into the story. The journey these characters go on is both hilarious and poignant, a fun depiction of self-discovery. This is a story of love, finding answers, and finding your purpose all while traveling between England and Australia - two amazing countries. Be prepared laugh and get sucked into this book for the next few hours.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Tons of fun to read January 12, 2015
Format:Kindle Edition
I came across Garrett and Sunny while looking for a fun interesting read that would be able to capture my attention. I am so glad I did. The author came up with a wonderful plot that kept me guessing what was going to happen with each turn. The characters were lovable and so much fun to read about. This is one of those books that really had it all, adventure, suspense, tons of emotion, and a good bit of humor as well. I will surely be checking out more books by this author soon.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I couldn't stop smiling! January 13, 2015
By SonnyO
Format:Kindle Edition
This is absolutely hilarious. These guys just keep you laughing all the way through the book. It’s got a little of everything which keeps the reader engaged from beginning to end. The characters are presented in a way that just makes you laugh and smile with every adventure. It is uniquely a guessing game at what they will present with each adventure from England to Australia. Perfect characters for continuing adventures.
I certainly hope Peter gives us more!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars July 8, 2014
By Kathryn
Format:Kindle Edition
Loved it. A funny and unique book. Would definitely recommend.
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More About the Author

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Everything I write is fiction, except the true parts...

I began my working life in radio and then as a voice-over artist. Early on in my career I took a job with a T.V station as their Production Manager which had me writing, producing and more often than not voicing the commercials we made. This led to offers of voice work from recording studios and Ad-agencies. I loved my first toe-dip into writing, but with bills to pay, the lifestyle that being a voice-over artist provided won me over. This career deflection caused my days to be spent whispering or shouting into microphones in recording studios instead of punching letters on a keyboard.

A hiatus can be a good thing if you can learn from it and this choice exposed me to the written words of some truly excellent writers (it's true - many fine writers pay their bills by writing advertising copy). They gave me a terrific appreciation of the importance of sentence structure: the way the words flow off the tongue and into the ear make a huge difference as to whether the message is received and accepted - or not. It is near impossible to make a poor script sound nice, but conversely, one that is well written just automatically sings and gives the listener (and reader) a bountiful choice of interpretation - of color and depth of understanding.

Believable, natural dialog and the description of action scenes are the areas I consider most important in my novels. Setting is also very important. Finding the right balance between description and narrative is a never ending challenge, but, I would prefer my readers remembered my scenes and story rather than the dress the protagonist wore or the house he or she lived in.. This balance is also critical in the way a character's feelings and aspirations are developed. Too much character 'soul searching' in one passage of the book can lead readers to become disinterested - and we don't want that!

As a writer, I have a job: - to be a storyteller - to entertain the brains behind the eyes that read the words. That's the minimum requirement. The ultimate achievement is to enthrall, beguile and compel those minds to want to keep on delving deeper into my stories.

A fiction author uses words and order to create a sketch; a framework for the reader's imagination to fill-in and give color to an imaginary scene. Simply put, we authors are trying to get you to visualize a story, and I can't see how you knowing the writer has a truck-load of kids and a PhD in something will help that process. With my stories, it's 100% about enjoyment and if some ill-informed nonsense is called for, then so be it.

In case you're wondering I don't have either of the above... I challenge you - read Garrett & Sunny and Womanhood, and Kinky to see if a doctorate in Anthropology and a dim understanding of contraception might have made them better stories.

All the best, Peter.

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