For your consideration: six devilishly twisted tales. For those who like them quirky.
Saints & Sinners: On the cruise ship Ascendant, sinners play as heaven and hell hang in the balance. And saints? They toss, throw, push or shove people overboard.
The Taking of Rhinoceros 456: Myths live at the San Antonio Daedalus Memorial Zoo, including Mother Earth.
Truepenny: In a household where mice scoff at traps (but live in fear of the dog), the young mouse Truepenny emerges on a quest to expiate her family's sins.
When Gymkhana Smiles: Run! This young black girl's survival depends on her dental health; yours on keeping out of her way.
Ill Met by Moonlight: See strangers collide! And macadamia trees escape the lab! And the monkeys get out!
The Return of Truepenny: MIA since the first adventure, Truepenny shocks the household by returning home on the back of a kite. But which kind of kite?
What made the experience of listening to Twisted Rixter the most enjoyable?
Theo Holland's narration.
What other book might you compare Twisted Rixter to and why?
I got nothing.
What does Theo Holland bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Makes you feel like you're 'there'.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Gretchen Rix (a la Alfred Hitchcock) Presents:
Any additional comments?
Keep up the good work.
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