Karma Police: Karma Police, Book 2 by Sean Platt and David W. Wright

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THE THRILLING NEW SERIES CONTINUES!

“EveryDay” meets “Quantum Leap’ in “Jumper,” the thrilling new series from the bestselling authors of “Yesterday’s Gone.”

I am a Jumper — someone stuck waking up in a new body every day or so.

I don’t know why this is happening. Nor do I remember anything of my life prior to this.

But when I begin to hear strange staticky messages, I run into someone from my past. Someone who not only knows who I am, but WHAT I am.

And now I find myself waking up on the same street every day in a different neighbor’s life.

The one thing they all have in common: their proximity to an abusive man who is a threat to the woman and child living with him.

What if the only way to save them is to kill a man in cold blood, before he’s even committed a crime?

“Karma Police” is the second novella in the “Karma Police” series by Sean Platt and David Wright. Each book is a standalone story in the series, with three books coming out in the first half of 2016 and another three planned for later this year.

MY REVIEW

I loved the first book of this series, so I was cautiously optimistic about this new one. Would it give me the same excitement that the first book gave me? Would I love it as much?

The answer to both questions is a very big YES.

If you enjoyed the first book, Jumper, then do not hesitate in reading The Karma Police. If you haven’t read the first one yet, go check it out. It’s a great read!

Personally, I enjoyed this book even more than Jumper, which surprised me since I loved that book so much. I found this new one to be even more exciting and more entertaining.

As for the ending of the book, I’ll just say this…

I’m already ready for Book #3!

Bring it on, Mr. Platt and Mr. Wright!

Click here to purchase Karma Police on Amazon.com.

Have a great day!

FTC DISCLAIMER:
This book was reviewed outside of the request of the publisher and/or author.

 

Spoof Review: Taxidermy Guide

An old review of mine on Amazon.com:

This taught me how to stuff my dead pet squirrel Curly

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Until recently,  I had three pet squirrels. I named them after the original Three Stooges – Moe, Larry, and Curly. Sadly, my squirrel Curly died. I consider this quite ironic since the real Curly was the first of the Three Stooges to die.

Anyway, I wasn’t sure what to do with Curly’s body. I don’t own a shovel, so I couldn’t bury him. Also, my attempts to flush him down the toilet had gone horribly wrong.

I then bought this fantastic book. I stuffed Curly up really good and all my problems were solved.

It’s great – Moe and Larry still get to play with Curly when they want to. It’s fun for them, but sometimes they get a little confused when Curly doesn’t play back. It’s not that they’re dumb – they’re just squirrels. They have tiny little brains and don’t understand things as good as we humans do.

Losing my squirrel Curly was very sad, but thanks to what I learned from this book, he’s sort of still alive. Well, not really, but at least he sort of looks like he’s still alive.

I know I’ll use this fantastic book again when it comes time to stuff Moe and Larry (and my new squirrel Shemp.)

 

Spoof Review: Old Spice Deodorant

My newest review on Amazon.com:

The Best Deodorant In The History of The Universe!

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I find it hard to put into words what this deodorant means to me.

The effects it has on me are amazing. I put it on and I suddenly feel invincible. I’m stronger! I’m faster! I’m smarter! And last, but not least, I feel sexy.

REALLY sexy!

I also need to mention the odor of this deodorant. It truly is a thing of beauty. It’s like I’ve taken the prettiest butterfly in all of the world and rubbed it into my armpits.

Further words fail me, but if you want to feel stronger, faster, smarter, sexier, and downright pretty, then this is the deodorant for you!

Spoof Review: Heinz Easy Squeeze Ketchup

An old review of mine on Amazon.com…

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First of all, there’s no better condiment for anything than Heinz Ketchup. You can use it on anything and make the anything taste better: steak, hamburgers, soup, spinach, Wheaties – anything.

My problem with the ketchup isn’t the ketchup itself but the upside down bottle it’s in. For Pete’s sake – it’s upside down! What were the Heinz people thinking?

I’m a bit on the obsessive compulsive side and having an upside down bottle of ketchup in my refrigerator while everything else is right-side up makes me a little crazy. I tried turning the other things upside down so they’d get along better with the ketchup, but it was a disastrous experience.

Thankfully, the upside down state of the bottle doesn’t affect the taste too much. As long as I turn the food upside down before I put the ketchup on it, everything still tastes okay.

I just hope this doesn’t catch on with other bottled items. What if they start making shampoo bottles upside down? Then I’d have to turn my head upside down in the shower. Not only would it be uncomfortable, but I’d also end up getting water up my nose. I hate getting water up my nose.

I just hope the Heinz people aren’t connected with the Head And Shoulders people.

Spoof Review: Creole Mustard

My mock review of Creole Mustard that I posted on Amazon.com awhile back…

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I’ll tell you, this stuff is so good that you don’t even need to put it on food to enjoy it. It’s a meal all by itself.

I go through 7 (sometimes 7 and a half) jars of it each week. One of my friends suggested that I give it up for Lent this year, but that was just crazy talk. Give up my Creole mustard? That would have been like giving up water.

A word of caution though: don’t feed this stuff to your pets – especially goldfish. I won’t go into specific details, but I had VERY bad results when I did that.