The 131 Preview Review Presents
This book is certainly a fun turn of events, that keeps you wondering when the next piano is going to drop. Read on for more weirdly profound craziness...
I'm not kidding about the piano drops either! Seriously Author Jay Cutts' writing style is reminiscent of Douglas Adams. The Author of Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy where in it is intelligently focused in a nonsensical way of putting the story across. The flow and heavy use of simile and metaphor make for great laughs and better imagery.
Sam Barlow is our would be detective, a self-deprecatingly sweet character saddled with a tendency to trail off in squirrelly fashions and pass out at the faintest hint of female thigh. Jane is our damsel in distress who believes her life is in danger. Seeing as people and cats she comes in contact with keep dying around her, by poison or grenade we can quickly deem she's right.
After a wee bit of digging Jane reveals that she may or may not be part of some big experiment involving an renown Physicist named Ian Cadwalleder, whom she met one July afternoon in Pairs,who after some fancy talk of experiments and a few beers talked Jane into giving some interesting things... Yeah not going into it. You can laugh for your self when you read it...
So the information all points poor clueless Sam to booking a ship to go to Scotland and find Ian, a simple enough task if you can learn to understand the brogue. Which of course he doesn't.
67? 42?... Read and understand...
All in all a great read if I do say so myself... Go check out Death By Haggis From Jay Cutts, and have a pint by the fire.
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