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Killing Auntie (Rebel Lit) by Andrzej Bursa
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Killing Auntie (Rebel Lit)

by Andrzej Bursa

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WTF? Was it a dream or what? ( )
  librarylord99 | Jan 27, 2016 |
Thank you to Goodreads for the copy of Killing Auntie in the Goodreads giveaway.
Jurek, a university student living with his aunt decides in the spur of the moment to kill has aunt by smashing her in the head with a hammer. There is no reason that he can give for doing this. After leaving her body in the kitchen for a day he moves it to the tub and then proceeds to plan on how he will dispose of the corpse. This is a very twisted dark tale that I think was supposed to be funnier than I thought it was. I guess it just wasn't my cup of tea and I felt rather confused by the end of it. ( )
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