Rat Bastards and Teapots

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Rat Bastards and Teapots

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  • Title: Rat Bastards and Teapots
  • Author: Jill Edmondson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 191
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. Evgeny on said:

      This is a collection of short stores and short lighthearted poems. I actually like poems more, but keep in mind they are not to be taken seriously. Both short stories and three poems belong to mystery genre with some slight touch of supernatural. The most interesting part of the book was the last poem, Cozy Mystery. It manages to describe the complete genre (cozy mystery that is) and a typical plot in poetic form. Having about 34 pages, this book is a light short read. In fact its length is the [...]

    2. Jinx Schwartz on said:

      These short stories are a hoot! I thoroughly enjoyed them, and I am not a big short story reader. Be prepared to be surprised!

    3. George Angus on said:

      I must confess this right up front: I bought this book because the title gave my funny bone a good smack. I've been burned in the past, buying a book because of the title, but not in this case.Rat Bastards is a very short book containing a few stories and some very clever poems. I read it in a single sitting, which was very easy to do. I was thoroughly entertained for that period of time and in fact for a while after because the stories lingered on the brain - much like a fine wine that lingers [...]

    4. Ann Mullen on said:

      I must admit that I bought this book because the title grabbed me right from the beginning. Rat Bastards and Teapots—loved the title. The short stories were interesting and well written, making it a great read. I also liked how Jill Edmondson included some very good poems as a little extra. This was a quick read that will linger on in your mind for a while. Very good!

    5. Bill Tillman on said:

      I approached this one with fear and trepidation. The title had a cus word in it! A group of short stories, well written showing a wide spectrum of talent for story telling. Each tale is unique and stands on its own. Fun, quick read.

    6. Andrew on said:

      "Rat Bastards and Teapots" is a collection of witty and entertaining stories with some poems which were also rather fun to read as well.

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