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Touching The Monkey
     

Touching The Monkey

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by Steven James Hansen
 
For three years tqrstories.com has worked to bring its investors fiction that touches the monkey. Inextricable as the sound of one hand clapping, yet as simple as crossing your fingers, Touching the Monkey is impossible to conceptualize, before you read it, but once you do, you'll just know.

From a coming-of-age hidden horror, to a pedophile and a blind, drug

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For three years tqrstories.com has worked to bring its investors fiction that touches the monkey. Inextricable as the sound of one hand clapping, yet as simple as crossing your fingers, Touching the Monkey is impossible to conceptualize, before you read it, but once you do, you'll just know.

From a coming-of-age hidden horror, to a pedophile and a blind, drug dealing poet, to a virtually indestructible alien agent of death (to name just a few), these works share the ability to captivate, enthrall and waylay you, even as they are keeping you wildly entertained.

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ISBN-13:
9780595487400
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
03/26/2008
Pages:
168
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.39(d)

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Touching the Monkey 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
igorsanchez More than 1 year ago
I do like the monkey whose proud and prognathic visage graces the front of this book. I've heard of spanking the monkey before, but why instantly resort to corporal punishment? Monkeys have it hard enough, being the hominid always secondary to Man. I say respect the monkey.

What sort of species is that on the cover anyways? I would at least like to know his eating and mating habits, as well as his predisposition to aggression, before I fondle him outright.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book has a little something for everyone in it, and a whole lot of great reading for everyone. There's heartpounding action in Paul Finch's 'Slayground' and quirkiness in John Colvin's 'Between the Night People and the Day People' and plenty of literary fireworks all over these pages. Often unexpected, but always engaging, this collection is great from start to finish.