Jul 2, 2014

Sniggerless Boundulations

Sniggerless Boundulations
by Margan Bell

Book: Stand Alone
Publisher: Morgan Bell
Pub Date: Jan 21 2014
Genre: Short Stories
Format: Paperback
Source: Author
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Debut collection of short stories by indie Australian author Morgan Bell. A cross-section between dreams and reality. An examination of the horrors of life, with plenty of peering, in the form of vignettes, micro fiction, flash fiction, and short stories. 

Themes include fear, time, aging, anxiety, and jealousy. 

This collection of fifteen stories contains bizarre medical conditions, industrious creatures, conniving cops, killers, dead bodies, a rescue mission, homoeroticism, nonchalant students, a secret garden, and the road to hell. 

Contains the stories: 

The Tunnel (173 words) 
Deep Water (127 words) 
Shark Fin Soup (507 words) 
The Dermoid Cyst (384 words) 
Mrs Jackson (644 words) 
It Had To Be Done (206 words) 
Granted (1034 words) 
The Package (482 words) 
Strings & Ribbons (131 words) 
Mini Play (485 words) 
Tiptoe Through The Tulips (523 words) 
Poppycock (327 words) 
Telfer Speck (1499 words) 
Earth Mites (409 words) 
Garsdale (539 words)

My Review: A bunch of stories to love. Each one different, so you will be deep into the stories and they are done wonderfully. 

A tunnel with no end. 
Deep water and fear.
Learn about shark fins and how its gotten for soup.
A call about an illegal man had to be done. 
Granted, a guy who has a lot and donates.

And thats just some hints into those stories, and you can even learn some things from these stories. People, life, the world. There are many things to read and learn from this book and I know you will all love it.  A mix of things you haven't seen together and yet it all just works and will have your attention until the end of this short book. 
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