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mobi Å Nothing Is Strange Kindle Edition ê randarenewables ¿ 20 mind expanding short storiesInspiring liberating otherworldly magical surreal bizarre funny disturbing uniue all of these words have been used to describe the stories of Mike Russell so put on your top hat open your third eye and enjoy Nothing IsOf Mike Russell so put on your top hat open your third eye and enjoy Nothing Is Stran Nothing is Strange is an illicit dairy based love affair between synthetic dreams and the sensors and nerves of your eyes It is nutritious but decadent written chocolateUnfortunately it isn’t possible to concentrate paper and idea into a human for this would be the most intriguing one to chat with But being your typical homunculus it would probably be flawed somewhere vital and mope about mourning its own existence for always and wouldn’t want to chat at all Nothing is perfect as a short story collection could be It molds the shapes which only exist in the act of sleep and solidifies them into a theatre of little masterpieces Nothing is hypnotic humorous horrifying and every other H word that we spit out in haste when we can’t really describe what we feel It’s truly neapolitan and not only because one of its stories harbors a serious ice cream fetishI stubbornly straddled the fence on this book for awhile even though it kept popping up and the guilt for that is real If you’re not sure just try a small bite It pretty much becomes a vortex after that and good luck running free from itMy particular favourites were “Dunce” “Escape From the Butcher’s Shop” “The Living Crown” “Extraordinary Elsie” and “Stan and Stan” Interestingly these all stand out because they challenge the innate fatalism of people One is not always meant to be what it seems they will at birth even if everyone they meet says otherwise Not when there is a whole world waiting out there whose mere touch can change anything More novelties and reviews on my blog Go crazy

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20 mind expanding short storiesInspiring liberating otherworldly magical surreal biza I picked up this absolute gem of a little book yesterday afternoon and sort of just floated through it in a good way There are twenty stories in this small book obviously very short it's only 144 pages long but definitely powerful What I discovered is that while reading I could actually visualize the author's bizarre characters and settings in my head and it was sort of like walking through a gallery of surrealist paintings That's the best way I can describe it I wasn't blessed with the gift of elouence in my writing as I'm so fond of saying I'm a reader not a writer so that image will just have to doI will say that this is not a book for everyone for example it probably wouldn't appeal to readers who have to have things spelled out explained etc since that doesn't really happen here This is a book for people who enjoy a good think Its elegance lies in its simplicity and its simplicity belies its complexity It is dark definitely designed for people who want something different in their reading; it's also one of those books I appreciate for its ability to go outside the box and push my own reading boundaries outside of the norm It is beyond cool well beyond ordinary and just so what I needed right now for I've posted about it at my online reading journal

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Nothing Is Strange Rre funny disturbing uniue all of these words have been used to describe the stories What a great selection of shorts Russell works away in the background like a mystical trickster the stories full of surreal imagery but somehow twisting them into the plausible reading of realityReading this collection reminded me of those first rushes of intellectual expansion that you own as an individual and you spend too much time conjecturing on the nature of reality and everything is mind blowing What if instead of this everything was this? But then this was really this Whoah These stories really are that much funRussell is a cajoling storyteller There is a warm and classic feel to the tone of these unexpected tales which lulls the reader into a compliant acceptance It’s just as well Russell appears to have good intentions as these powers could wreak havoc in nefarious hands Instead he presents stories that have a keen mystical bent and carry the reader sage like through a pick ’n’ mix of straightforward faux innocent delights Yes delights Unless I’m missing something cynicism has left the building and what remains isn’t twee or naive but unrooted wise and generous Perhaps some sort of surrealist parable is closest‘The End of Sex’ is too funnyIt is possible that Russell is playing the fool like the classical fool and that his stories with their deadpan tone and spiritual aspects should be taken as a simple way into personal truth Or they are wonderfully evocative mind bending tales that draw forth rich imagery laden with heavy symbolism Or they are a series of engrossing and entertaining pieces full of a refreshingly giving humour and lively mind’s eye world Whatever this was extremely enjoyable to read and I look forward to from this author