Cliche And Wind Go Hitchhiking
When a curious character called Gram is unwillingly transported naked into a make believe dream, it sets the scene for a further twenty-four playful, obscure, and abstract stories that follow. Each story is driven by the individuality of its own quaint characters, introducing the reader to a realm of cleverly crafted stories that have you believing in talking eyeballs and talking shoes, ducks who think they’re pumpkins, and where bears are used as waiters, driving the very essence of each theme, promising entertainment while also leaving you guessing.
This collection of stories border on the supernatural and paranormal, and where humor brings its characters to life as they are forced to face challenges, adversity, and danger woven through the pages like magic, igniting imagination at its best.
And if you’re wondering why Cliché and Wind go Hitchhiking, then all is revealed at page one-hundred and one, where the ingenious use of dialog and characterization accelerates the journey between the most unlikely of travel companions.
It will be impossible not to laugh or shake your head in disbelief as you turn the overleaf and look for a missing a page. Brilliant storytelling.
|Author||Marcel St. Pierre|
|Page Count||142 pages|
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