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A Jello Horse Free download Î 5 ´ Fiction When his new roommate's brother dies tragically the unnamed narrator of A JELLO HORSE offers to drive him home to the Midwest Feeling anxious and displaced he embarks on another roadtrip to visit the bizarre attractions and uirky museums in America's heartland Matthew Simmons has found a beautiful and extraoAnd displaced he embarks on another roadtrip to visit the bizarre attractions and uirky museums in America's heartland Matthew Simmons has found a b. I've been meaning to read this for much longer than it took to read but it will stay with me formuch longer than I waited

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Fiction When his new roommate's brother dies tragically the unnamed narrator of A JELLO HORSE offers to drive him home to the Midwest Feeling anxious. Matthew Simmons’ delicate prose in his book “A Jello Horse” is awondrous read on a uiet night within an hour of lying aroundrelaxing After reading each pretty paragraph going back and readingit again out loud is recommended to add to the magic of listening tothe unraveling of a heart touching story of a man dealing with atraumatic suicidal event affecting himself and his closest friends Onthe road we observe his recollections of past love’s failures Weare also exposed to his vivid perceptions of the world through themind of a child who has grown; who continues to grow through deathdisease and empathic observation His search for absurd beautybetween nights in cheap hotels and pinball takes us through stretchesof dreamlike images from an imagination filled with fierce butfriendly creatures the famished antelope grazing city rooftopsslack eared Jackalope in a Village discovered by roadside billboardand a flying lion named Richard all melting into the stark contrastof circumstances in the human condition “A Jello Horse” is aninspiring coming of age tale which is well worth reading repeatedly

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A Jello HorseEautiful and extraordinary way to tell a story about the sweetness of sadness and the aloneness of loneliness Michael Kimball author of Dear Everybod. I can't place my finger on why I am so drawn to this uirky little book It kind of reminded me of those independent movies I would watch in the 1990s while I was in university They were the type of movies that would make my mind wonder as I made sense of the plot and then minutes after they ended I would reflect on the enjoyment of the experience I don't know if that makes any sense to anyone but I really enjoyed this bookwell worth spending a rainy afternoon reading