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Publisher's Summary

Meet a cat called Cecilia, a disgruntled android named Doris, and a weasel called Popgoes and discover that with enough tea and dark chocolate you can achieve anything.

A collection of flash fiction and poetry from the author of P.A.W.S.

©2016 Debbie Manber Kupfer (P)2016 Debbie Manber Kupfer

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  • Julie
  • NJ United States
  • 03-20-17

Cute, Twisted, Splendid

This is a charming collection of random.
I especially loved Mr. Dumpty's interview with the psychologist.
Flash fiction has never really been my thing, but this was a fun introduction. It's full of twisted versions of the familiar. The author has a way of personifying objects that makes for delightful listening. The narrator did a lovely job. Took me a moment to get used to her accent, but it definitely fit the work well.
Highly recommended.
*I received a free sample. The choice to review was solely my own.*

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Tea and Chocolate

This was a cute twist on some stories we know and fun new stories.I enjoyed Fiona Thrailles narration.I was given thie book free for an honest review.

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Slightly Weird Short Stories

Short stories aren't usually my kind of thing. But I absolutely a few of these. Others made me think. The writing was excellent. So was the Narrator.
If you like a mixture of weirdness and cuteness (well a couple were scary), you might like these stories.

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Charming, Quirky and Original

What did you love best about Tea and Dark Chocolate?

I loved the unique twists to old classics and the unique perspectives she offered. Also, I love dealing with pets. I thought it was effectively performed.

What did you like best about this story?

I loved the unique twists to old classics and the unique perspectives she offered. Also, I love dealing with pets.

Have you listened to any of Fiona Thraille’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have not.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Not really.

Any additional comments?

The subject matter is not necessarily my favorite, rather mundane compared to my usual favorites; however, I found this quite charming, full of interesting insights and clever twists so I enjoyed it very much.