Dates: October 11th - October 13th (2011)

Synopsis: Polly, an average, completely ordinary property lawyer, is convinced  she’s losing her mind. Someone keeps drinking her coffee. And talking to  her clients. And doing her job. And when she goes to the dry cleaner’s  to pick up her dress for the party, it’s not there. Not the dress - the  dry cleaner’s. And then there are the chickens who think they are  people. Something strange is definitely going on - and it’s going to  take more than a magical ring to sort it out.

Me: The blurb for this book doesn’t really give you a full idea of this story. It’s not a Sci-fi, thriller, or fantasy book. It’s just bizarre and funny. Very bizarre. I don’t recall ever reading something so disjointed before, that all ended up making perfect sense at the end and seeming to be a perfectly normal story. Try it if you want to read something different.

Dates: October 11th - October 13th (2011)

Synopsis: Polly, an average, completely ordinary property lawyer, is convinced she’s losing her mind. Someone keeps drinking her coffee. And talking to her clients. And doing her job. And when she goes to the dry cleaner’s to pick up her dress for the party, it’s not there. Not the dress - the dry cleaner’s. And then there are the chickens who think they are people. Something strange is definitely going on - and it’s going to take more than a magical ring to sort it out.

Me: The blurb for this book doesn’t really give you a full idea of this story. It’s not a Sci-fi, thriller, or fantasy book. It’s just bizarre and funny. Very bizarre. I don’t recall ever reading something so disjointed before, that all ended up making perfect sense at the end and seeming to be a perfectly normal story. Try it if you want to read something different.

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