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Fender Lizards

by Joe R. Lansdale

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Can Joe R Lansdale write a bad book?.....I don't think so. Fender Lizards is another in a long line of Lansdale books that are so perfect, it makes me feel sorry that other writers don't have his skills with storytelling. Lansdale captures places and people that come alive on the page. Recommended to Lansdale fan and any fan of a well written piece of fiction. ( )
  bjkelley | Dec 15, 2015 |
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Dot waitresses on roller skates at the Dairy Bob, doesn’t care for smoking at least partly on account of her dad having never returned from a cigarette run, and carries on the family tradition of philosophizing. Life hasn’t done her any favors in her seventeen years so far. But if there was ever a heroine built for turning things upside down and seeing what shakes out, it’s Dot. Determined to find out who she is and why she’s the way she is, an opportunity presents itself when her heretofore-unknown uncle suddenly moves his camper into the front yard.
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Dot waitresses on roller skates at the Dairy Bob, doesn't care for smoking at least partly on account of her dad having never returned from a cigarette run, and carries on the family tradition of philosophizing. Life hasn't done her any favors in her seventeen years so far. But if there was ever a heroine built for turning things upside down and seeing what shakes out, it's Dot. Determined to find out who she is and why she's the way she is, an opportunity presents itself when her heretofore-unknown uncle suddenly moves his camper into the front yard.… (more)

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