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TV Snorted My Brain Paperback – October 1, 2012
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"TV Snorted My Brain is (Sands') best work to date. Call me crazy, but I think this generation has found its own Vonnegut." - Verbicide
"TV Snorted My Brain is the funniest book I have ever read." - M.C. O'Neill, author of The Ancients and the Angels series
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Artie Pendragon is the Bizarro Holden Caulfield, except Artie Pendragon is kind of likable. Holden Caulfield sucks! I've never been disappointed by a Bradley Sands story. They are always funny, surreal(or irreal), or thought-provoking, with edge of your seat action.
Fans of Sands work will dig the references to his other stories that are peppered throughout TV Snorted My Brain. I did.
TV Snorted My Brain rules! Don't wait for everyone to go Anarchy get this book.
Artie is a great character who meets a bunch of strange people as he makes his journey to save television land. I laughed out loud at certain points and found myself rooting for Artie hoping that he would be successful in his mission.
If you have read anything by Mr. Sands, you need to read this one as well.If you haven't I say this is a great place to start and I look forward to what he comes up with next!
Anyways, "TV Snorted My Brain" captured that 13-14 year old punk kid that was I with the main character. Although Sands took his teenage awkwardness and ideals to the extreme, I could really relate to the kid. I wish there were more books out there that spoke to 13-14 year old me the way this one did. Sands did a good job of taking me back through time and going on an adventure as a still-scared-of-girls-preteen, moments away from puberty. It's an awkward time for a young man, a time I can reminisce about fondly even though I hated every minute of it.
Each book is like a great TV show, you just have to tell the world.
In this novel, Bradley goes into the TV to snoop around a bit.
Artie is our hero, he has a fat mom, a fat uncle/stepdad, and an annoying sister. Artie gets his whole family sucked into the TV, where the characters of all the TV shows live, and becomes King.
Even saying that much about the story feels like cheating you out of enjoyment, so I'll stop, and instead praise how damn funny this book is. I found myself laughing out loud at certain parts, and quoting lines to friends.
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