Dana Bodanova Bodanova itibaren 03033 Colle Carino FR, İtalya
I thought this was such an interesting book. My first of LDS author Stephanie Black. It was a suspense thriller with oodles of twists and turns in a great who-dun-it format with a Mormon family smack dab in the middle of it. An easy read I finished it in one day.
This is a book i loved as a wee babe. Its b&w photos of Dolls & Bears in a Real Person's house are eerie. They conjour the same anomalous feeling as the Star Trek episode when kirk, spock & bones find themselves in an uninhabited land. It's plastic and sterile and they can't find any natives. Just when the viewer decides the populace moved underground to flee a virus or ear-eating locust, an enormous hand comes out of the sky, like a macy's day parade balloon, and rearranges the furniture... they're in a huge alien child's doll house! Dammit, Jim, I'm a doctor, not some baby's dolly! That has nothing to do with the story of Edith the doll. She's a spoiled brat with frilly underthings who has a plethera of material things but no friends to wreck them with! All of a sudden, one day, 2 bears appear... like magic. They frolic and have adventures and learn lessons. And, there's a hot spanking scene...
I love Christopher Buckley! This was the first book of his that I ever had the pleasure to read. Thank you to my friend Trevor for recommending it to me. If you love political satire, this book is for you.