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Un2attractive (pronounced un-unattractive) is a tale about Griffin, a likable guy that has a "really great personality". An unfortunate event involving a taco truck and an El Camino begins Griffin's slide into a life-altering adventure, putting his life at risk and him at the center of a mysterious quest. Pursued by a trio of love-struck women, Griffin searches for the reason behind his sudden rise to "chick magnet" status while trying to keep himself alive.

©2017 William L. Turner (P)2018 William L. Turner

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We're Not in Kansas Anymore

In the vein of Douglas Adams, this book goes from normal to abnormal in the extreme. In a small town many of the people are not who they appear to be, in fact they themselves do not know all there is to know about themselves. An ordinary guy becomes the center of focus for an extraordinary series of events.

The narrator does an exceptional job of switching between characters, but even more so the subtle changes in tone and attitude show the extreme depth to each character, even the ones with limited speech skills. Considering some of the extreme settings or transitions to extreme settings, these smooth transitions make following the change-overs a lot easier.

This story is multiple stories in one, and the writing style does an artful job of weaving them all together in one telling. The main thing to remember is to understand the information you are given and make it give you the answers that you want. If you can do that, then the book will make total sense.