- File Size: 319 KB
- Print Length: 57 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 22, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004P1J2U4
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #615,026 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Shapeshifters Anonymous Kindle Edition
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Did you know that an old testament book of the bible was missing and was called the Book of Bob........and that Santa had made a deal with the devil ???
Okay that's all I'm telling you, other than there are some shapshifters and they are funny!!!
Woke up everyone in my house I was laughing so hard!!!
Was so funny my 28 year old daughter asked me WTF!!!
So had to read it to her.......she was laughing more than me. Hubby was not amused by any of it and actually got
offended by some of it. Sheesh......give me a break.....it's just a story......to entertain and amuse people.
I loved it and hope others can enjoy it as entertainment
and know it's not meant to be taken as truth.
POOR Weston Smith. A career shift moved him hundreds of miles from his family and friends, he's a little lonely, very busy-and a few times a month, he's digesting strange foreign objects, such as change, zippers, crosses, and teeth-not his. Plus on those occasions he wakes up nude, in some other room of his apartment other than his bedroom. His GP sends him to a psychiatrist, while Weston goes for the Internet and starts hunting. Oh, oh! There may be more to this than meets the eye-and Weston begins to research lycanthropy and therianthropy (humans changing into wolves, and humans morphing into animals)--and then he stumbles upon Shapeshifters Anonymous.
A delightfully tongue-in-cheek and almost naughty spin on traditional werewolf myths, "Shapeshifters Anonymous" presents a surprising three-dimensional protagonist with what could prove to be a major serious difficulty. Weston Smith is a joy in himself, as are the other characters he encounters Author Konrath manages to put an unexpected spin on both religion and centuries-old legend simultaneously. This is certainly an approach to lycanthropy I never would have expected, but I chortled all the way to the much-appreciated ending.
Weston is worried, he's been finding stuff that shouldn't be there in his.... well after he uses the bathroom. Finally, after irrefutable evidence that something strange is going on he discovers a website for Shapeshifters Anonymous. I loved this. I was so upset when it ended so soon because I wanted more!!!
I can not recommend this author enough. This is now one of my favorite short stories.