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Freezer Burn Paperback – June 6, 2010
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Freezer Burn is laugh-out-loud funny, and not only are the characters drawn in loving detail, but so are the Short-Faced Bears, Dire Wolves, and the occasional Giant Sloth. You won't be able to put it down...except for the occasional trip to the fridge.
i can't wait for the movie!!! It was an easy read, yet filled with so many insights into people, places, and things. I loved the characters and the pace and story-so satisfying.
Perfect balance of information and narrative. I really enjoyed it from start to finish. I think it will appeal to anyone who enjoys a great story and to be transported into it so thoroughly. bravo mr. smith!
I passed the book on to a fellow traveller and he too loved it. Can't wait for the movie and the next book by this writer.
This is a great read: Carl Hiassen + John Irving + EL Doctorow. Hold on and take a trip from there to here across the deeps of New England, the deeps of human motivation and then the pure whacky. It was a delight to read this book: we all live among these characters whether in New England or in prehistory. It's a great narrative following Ernie and Floyd, but also an insightful commentary about where we all end up and whynot. Read at your own speed and have fun.
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i really wanted to see that there was a whole group of books by Richard Smith. Sadly, this is the only one. If you're a fan of Elmore Leonard, you'll really enjoy this story.Published 5 months ago by Amelia Donnell
This is not the first time I've read this. I love the plot and at times poetic use of techie speak. Read morePublished on July 8, 2013 by LivingintheGarden
This was a fast, fun read. A silly but entertaining idea. I really enjoyed it. I will look at old refrigerators dumped along the road or in the woods in a different way from now... Read morePublished on February 18, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I can't be certain what medications Richard's mother took while carrying him in her womb, but they worked well enough to warp the writer's mind to the point that this brilliantly... Read morePublished on December 23, 2010 by MrCheeks
"Something"? Should be several somethings for each person: Maine backwoods "color" and lore for people who love Maine; high-tech stuff for the techie; anthropology for the... Read morePublished on December 20, 2010 by B. Carpenter