Death Mill Mansion: A Lighthearted Comedy

Death Mill Mansion A Lighthearted Comedy As has been documented in any number of movies and books there is a particular class of mansion that through some indescribable means bestows unanticipated engine tire difficulty upon passing cars

  • Title: Death Mill Mansion: A Lighthearted Comedy
  • Author: Will Hartzell-Baird
  • ISBN: 9781441482457
  • Page: 404
  • Format: None
  • As has been documented in any number of movies and books, there is a particular class of mansion that, through some indescribable means, bestows unanticipated engine tire difficulty upon passing cars, forcing the unsuspecting occupants to knock on the door, asking to use the phone, never to be seen or heard from again Countless motorists have been lost to these devious abAs has been documented in any number of movies and books, there is a particular class of mansion that, through some indescribable means, bestows unanticipated engine tire difficulty upon passing cars, forcing the unsuspecting occupants to knock on the door, asking to use the phone, never to be seen or heard from again Countless motorists have been lost to these devious abodes, as well as to the mysterious mansion s close relatives, the darkened gas station and the eerily silent farm community looming unassumingly in the distance Coincidentally, on a dark, stormy night while driving on an unfamiliar country road, Robbie inexplicably experiences car trouble

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    1. In stories, there is that one mansion that sits up on that secluded hill where there is no civilization in sight. And sometimes, innocent passers may end up knocking on the door of that mansion; be it that they are lost or their car broke down conveniently in front of the place.Robbie is part of this unfortunate population who ends up having to go up to this mansion when his car mysteriously stopped working. Once he steps into the residence, there is no leaving.Stuck in this strange residence, R [...]

    2. Cheerfully Horrible.The subtitle of this book is a title of truth - this is, in fact, an engaging, lighthearted comedy. So, there you have it.The book starts a bit slowly, as though feeling its way and gathering up its energy. Robbie is, conveniently, stranded one dark and stormy night in front of a creepy, scary mansion. In the best "Rocky Horror Picture Show" tradition he seeks aid and ends up a resident. In fact, this is a Mansion from which you can check out, but you can never leave. A virtu [...]

    3. Great book. Funny, zany, creative mix of genres and cliches. Cleverly done, though. In the style of Jasper Fforde.

    4. Weirdly funnyVery enjoyable with frequent twists and turns. Humorously gory this is NOT just another attempt at zombie schlock, robots, werewolves, and squirrels are much more germane to the story. Well, maybe not the squirrels.Thanks for the weirdness.

    5. Adam's Family meets X-FilesThis is a lighthearted comedy full of wit and fun. There is a cast of characters ranging from vampires to zombies, a werewolf or two and robots. A strange trip worth taking even if the characters check but can't check out.

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