Ribbon 359

Ribbon 359

by Chandler Driggs

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Ribbon 359 by Chandler Driggs

Porter's on patrol, Diza just bought a hot dog. What could go wrong?

Spend a day in the loves, lives, and lusts of eighteen people and then some as their paths criss-cross through the city and collide at Jim's bar, J.T. Gargoyle's.

A dense ensemble piece illuminating a rich cast of characters, Ribbon 359 features mature themes of love, sex, and relationships, written in a blink-and-you-miss-it style that challenges you to immerse yourself in their world. Speed reader? Not for you!

So, what's it like to have a date with destiny? Find out! Join jewelry store owner skirt-losing Diza and beat-cop Porter, thin-ice lesbians Shannon & Lisa, the perpetually hungry cats BB & Tabby, drug-dealing Billy and using Kathy, along with too many more to mention here except torpedo-tornado Bonnie, who manages to broadside pun intended an unsuspecting target through the entire fleet on the dance floor of Jim's bar which doesn't really have a dance floor and is not actually under water.

It's an ocean of delight, of love, sex, music, emotion, and violence, even Shaffel has been invited from worlds removed, her wings carry her here faster than you can read this sentence. Just what is she up to anyway?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940011545023
Publisher: Chandler Driggs
Publication date: 10/04/2011
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 230 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

I was born too long ago in California, raised in Europe, and currently reside in Pennsylvania with my lovely wife Reena. I have a BA in European Comparative Literature and an MS in Information Systems. I've retired from the computer field and am now a full time writer when I'm not playing board games, running D&D campaigns, or making music. My son Kyle is a professional juggler and circus arts performer and never ceases to amaze me. My goal in writing is to maybe shine a light into a corner of the universe not yet seen by the reader.

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