David Bowie is Trying to Kill Me!

David Bowie is Trying to Kill Me Blogroid was just a guy who just wanted to build a cockroach pyramid and make sweet love to his giant koala bear girlfriend like any normal guy Why then was David Bowie trying to kill him Learn the s

  • Title: David Bowie is Trying to Kill Me!
  • Author: Lee Widener
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • David Bowie is Trying to Kill Me!

    Blogroid was just a guy who just wanted to build a cockroach pyramid and make sweet love to his giant koala bear girlfriend, like any normal guy Why then was David Bowie trying to kill him Learn the shocking truth in this weird and twisted Bizarro short story From a tradition as new as Paul Di Filippo s FUZZY DICE and as old as LES CHANSONS DE MALDOROR, David Bowie IsBlogroid was just a guy who just wanted to build a cockroach pyramid and make sweet love to his giant koala bear girlfriend, like any normal guy Why then was David Bowie trying to kill him Learn the shocking truth in this weird and twisted Bizarro short story From a tradition as new as Paul Di Filippo s FUZZY DICE and as old as LES CHANSONS DE MALDOROR, David Bowie Is Trying To Kill Me is a searing pop culture hellride that, strangely, every one of us can identify with Whether read or heard, this tale is a sheer delight from beginning to end, full of spirit and unflinching humor Edward Morris, FLASH FORGE assistant editor, Pushcart Prize nominee, host of The Hour That Stretches This is definitely Bizarro Squares need not apply Garrett Cook, author of Murderland, Jimmy Plush Teddy Bear Detective and Time Pimp

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    One thought on “David Bowie is Trying to Kill Me!

    1. Danger

      This was a weird one. I mean, like, a really weird one.I don’t know if this “book” counts as a novel proper. Lengthwise, the story itself couldn’t have been more than 6000 words. It’s like a novella? A novelette? A short story? Ugh, attempting to classify things is too complicated. It’s got a cover and I paid for it, I’m counting this as a novel, okay? Herein lie pure unbridled absurdism, where both causality and logic break down like a dog turd in the rain. It bounds along at a li [...]

    2. Donald Armfield

      A knock on the door sends a man running through the streets. Jell-O Fairies, Octopus-feet, talking doors, a staircase of an unimaginable feat. All packed into one story of Bizarro goodness.How would you get away from all of this and oh.David Bowie is banging your giant koala girlfriend and is TRYING TO KILL YOU!A fast laugh you will need if you think you are having a bad day.

    3. Bruce Blanchard

      Beyond the Twilight Zone & Everything ElseWho says short fiction is read and easily tossed aside? Not this story, not ever, forget it! Lee Widener has defied a story that defies Any explanation. Brogoloid, our hero (??) Is sure David Howie, is out to kill him. No doubt about it, run and escape, if you can, for David Bowie is wily. Our protagonist is out to escape the clutches of the killer Bowie in a,mind boggling turn of events. Go to his girlfriend Sandra and Bowie is there, damn him, chor [...]

    4. Kevin Lintner

      Poor Brogloid. He just wanted to have a normal day working on his dream of building a replica of Mount Saint Helen's made entirely of cockroaches. But then dastardly David Bowie showed up at his door and filled Brogloid with dread. The misadventures that follow Brogloid as he avoids the dastardly old pompous rock star while searching for the Anti-Bowie are both surreal and hysterical. "David Bowie is Trying to Kill Me" is highly imaginative and great fun.

    5. ChristopherNelson

      Reading this is akin to waking up from one of your weirdest dreams and being angry because it was so damn good and now you have to go to work. Well-written and faced paced, DAVID BOWIE IS TRYING TO KILL ME has all the elements of a great bizarro feature, and well, David Bowie! Mr. Widener definitely knows his craft and the trippy-shifty setting/ world building in this keeps good time with a protagonist dealing with real-world issues we all face. Only the choices he makes lead from broken hearts [...]

    6. Rick

      This was an odd little tale but a fun filler between novels. It ended a bit abruptly but I was still wondering about Bowie's motivations which means the author did a good job engaging me despite the small page count.

    7. Lori

      Excellent bizarro read. Lee Widener takes the reader on a crazy trip through a madhouse. Well-written and you won't want to put it down, you'll just want to read it twice through. Great book.

    8. Dee Capybara

      Wtf hust happened!? I need more of that. Seriously, what a whacky ride. I never thought I'd empathize with a cockroach loving, koala fucking, creature Intense and refreshing

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