Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Review: EINSTEIN’S BEACH HOUSE by Jacob Appel

The stories are perplexing and convoluted, yet the author offers a lot of intelligence and wit.

In one story, a hedgehog becomes a fitting pet, and a guy’s girlfriend gets an unusual attachment to it. “Sometimes I wonder if a family history of suicide is a healthy foundation for a relationship, but couples have been drawn together by stranger bonds.” (25)

Author, once again, brings fascinating concepts to light, but then tends to ramble on needlessly.

These stories were okay.

My rating: 3 stars

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