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The Angry Clam
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0446674109, Paperback)The Angry Clam is a heartfelt tribute to a clam whose life was as complex as any human's. Indeed, any of us would count ourselves lucky to live through the cerebral adventures of this brave, tortured mollusk. A single, crude illustration of the protagonist adorns each page of this small book, while the accompanying text takes readers on a bivalve's coming-of-age journey. You'll cherish such memorable moments as: "In a passionate fit of self-doubt, the angry clam embraces Islam," and, "So filled with anxiety, the angry clam finds himself frozen in a shell of self-pity."
At the risk of spoiling the ending, we'll just say that this is a clam whose life had great meaning. Erik Quisling, whoever you are, thank you for unearthing this saga of a bivalve who fought back. We'll never forget The Angry Clam. --Therese Littleton
(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:17:40 -0400)
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