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Until I got Banana Hammock: A ‘Write Your Own Damn Story’ Adventure by J.A. Konrath and Jack Kilborn, I’d never read an interactive e-book. To their credit, the authors warn readers to read the description before reading the book, because you just might ‘hate it.’
Well, I read the description, where they mention up front that there a lot of gored oxen and disrespected sacred cows in this book, and it goes where the reader decides to go rather than in a straight line. Wow, was that an understatement!
The story starts with hapless PI Harry McGlade being hired by an Amish woman who suspects her husband of cheating on her. From that point (which, by the way, is the beginning of the ox-goring) this book definitely does not go in a straight line, but in lopsided circles, depending upon the link you chose at the end of the chapter. Like a mountain trail, it has switchbacks, loops, and detours all over the place. Even if you take notes, if you’re not careful, you’ll get lost, which I did around chapter 4—or was it 3—I really don’t remember, and my notes make absolutely no sense.
I finally gave up after ten or twelve forays to the pages denoted by the links, and decided to just read it straight through. Did it come to a satisfactory conclusion? Well, to be honest, I’m not sure. It sort of depends upon why you read. Since this was billed from the start as NOT a straight forward mystery, I just assumed the authors wanted you to enjoy your haphazard journey into their warped minds and twisted senses of humor.
Well, I did that, so I guess, in the end, it was a worthwhile journey. Sort of like a roller coaster ride; you go up, you do down, you loop a few times, and you end up back where you started, a bit breathless, and wondering why you got on the darn thing in the first place, all the time, itching to get back in line for another ride.
If you’re the prissy type who feels that certain types of humor are off limits, then you definitely should NOT read this book. If you like to be amazed, entertained, and tickled, then by all means, do what I did, and read it TODAY!

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The city of independence confirms the death of a temporary city worker in a one-vehicle truck accident east until i got banana hammock: a ‘write your own damn story’ adventure by j.a. konrath and jack kilborn, i’d never read an interactive e-book. to their credit, the authors warn readers to read the description before reading the book, because you just might ‘hate it.’
well, i read the description, where they mention up front that there a lot of gored oxen and disrespected sacred cows in this book, and it goes where the reader decides to go rather than in a straight line. wow, was that an understatement!
the story starts with hapless pi harry mcglade being hired by an amish woman who suspects her husband of cheating on her. from that point (which, by the way, is the beginning of the ox-goring) this book definitely does not go in a straight line, but in lopsided circles, depending upon the link you chose at the end of the chapter. like a mountain trail, it has switchbacks, loops, and detours all over the place. even if you take notes, if you’re not careful, you’ll get lost, which i did around chapter 4—or was it 3—i really don’t remember, and my notes make absolutely no sense.
i finally gave up after ten or twelve forays to the pages denoted by the links, and decided to just read it straight through. did it come to a satisfactory conclusion? well, to be honest, i’m not sure. it sort of depends upon why you read. since this was billed from the start as not a straight forward mystery, i just assumed the authors wanted you to enjoy your haphazard journey into their warped minds and twisted senses of humor.
well, i did that, so i guess, in the end, it was a worthwhile journey. sort of like a roller coaster ride; you go up, you do down, you loop a few times, and you end up back where you started, a bit breathless, and wondering why you got on the darn thing in the first place, all the time, itching to get back in line for another ride.
if you’re the prissy type who feels that certain types of humor are off limits, then you definitely should not read this book. if you like to be amazed, entertained, and tickled, then by all means, do what i did, and read it today!
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well, i read the description, where they mention up front that there a lot of gored oxen and disrespected sacred cows in this book, and it goes where the reader decides to go rather than in a straight line. wow, was that an understatement!
the story starts with hapless pi harry mcglade being hired by an amish woman who suspects her husband of cheating on her. from that point (which, by the way, is the beginning of the ox-goring) this book definitely does not go in a straight line, but in lopsided circles, depending upon the link you chose at the end of the chapter. like a mountain trail, it has switchbacks, loops, and detours all over the place. even if you take notes, if you’re not careful, you’ll get lost, which i did around chapter 4—or was it 3—i really don’t remember, and my notes make absolutely no sense.
i finally gave up after ten or twelve forays to the pages denoted by the links, and decided to just read it straight through. did it come to a satisfactory conclusion? well, to be honest, i’m not sure. it sort of depends upon why you read. since this was billed from the start as not a straight forward mystery, i just assumed the authors wanted you to enjoy your haphazard journey into their warped minds and twisted senses of humor.
well, i did that, so i guess, in the end, it was a worthwhile journey. sort of like a roller coaster ride; you go up, you do down, you loop a few times, and you end up back where you started, a bit breathless, and wondering why you got on the darn thing in the first place, all the time, itching to get back in line for another ride.
if you’re the prissy type who feels that certain types of humor are off limits, then you definitely should not read this book. if you like to be amazed, entertained, and tickled, then by all means, do what i did, and read it today!
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well, i read the description, where they mention up front that there a lot of gored oxen and disrespected sacred cows in this book, and it goes where the reader decides to go rather than in a straight line. wow, was that an understatement!
the story starts with hapless pi harry mcglade being hired by an amish woman who suspects her husband of cheating on her. from that point (which, by the way, is the beginning of the ox-goring) this book definitely does not go in a straight line, but in lopsided circles, depending upon the link you chose at the end of the chapter. like a mountain trail, it has switchbacks, loops, and detours all over the place. even if you take notes, if you’re not careful, you’ll get lost, which i did around chapter 4—or was it 3—i really don’t remember, and my notes make absolutely no sense.
i finally gave up after ten or twelve forays to the pages denoted by the links, and decided to just read it straight through. did it come to a satisfactory conclusion? well, to be honest, i’m not sure. it sort of depends upon why you read. since this was billed from the start as not a straight forward mystery, i just assumed the authors wanted you to enjoy your haphazard journey into their warped minds and twisted senses of humor.
well, i did that, so i guess, in the end, it was a worthwhile journey. sort of like a roller coaster ride; you go up, you do down, you loop a few times, and you end up back where you started, a bit breathless, and wondering why you got on the darn thing in the first place, all the time, itching to get back in line for another ride.
if you’re the prissy type who feels that certain types of humor are off limits, then you definitely should not read this book. if you like to be amazed, entertained, and tickled, then by all means, do what i did, and read it today!
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well, i read the description, where they mention up front that there a lot of gored oxen and disrespected sacred cows in this book, and it goes where the reader decides to go rather than in a straight line. wow, was that an understatement!
the story starts with hapless pi harry mcglade being hired by an amish woman who suspects her husband of cheating on her. from that point (which, by the way, is the beginning of the ox-goring) this book definitely does not go in a straight line, but in lopsided circles, depending upon the link you chose at the end of the chapter. like a mountain trail, it has switchbacks, loops, and detours all over the place. even if you take notes, if you’re not careful, you’ll get lost, which i did around chapter 4—or was it 3—i really don’t remember, and my notes make absolutely no sense.
i finally gave up after ten or twelve forays to the pages denoted by the links, and decided to just read it straight through. did it come to a satisfactory conclusion? well, to be honest, i’m not sure. it sort of depends upon why you read. since this was billed from the start as not a straight forward mystery, i just assumed the authors wanted you to enjoy your haphazard journey into their warped minds and twisted senses of humor.
well, i did that, so i guess, in the end, it was a worthwhile journey. sort of like a roller coaster ride; you go up, you do down, you loop a few times, and you end up back where you started, a bit breathless, and wondering why you got on the darn thing in the first place, all the time, itching to get back in line for another ride.
if you’re the prissy type who feels that certain types of humor are off limits, then you definitely should not read this book. if you like to be amazed, entertained, and tickled, then by all means, do what i did, and read it today!
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well, i read the description, where they mention up front that there a lot of gored oxen and disrespected sacred cows in this book, and it goes where the reader decides to go rather than in a straight line. wow, was that an understatement!
the story starts with hapless pi harry mcglade being hired by an amish woman who suspects her husband of cheating on her. from that point (which, by the way, is the beginning of the ox-goring) this book definitely does not go in a straight line, but in lopsided circles, depending upon the link you chose at the end of the chapter. like a mountain trail, it has switchbacks, loops, and detours all over the place. even if you take notes, if you’re not careful, you’ll get lost, which i did around chapter 4—or was it 3—i really don’t remember, and my notes make absolutely no sense.
i finally gave up after ten or twelve forays to the pages denoted by the links, and decided to just read it straight through. did it come to a satisfactory conclusion? well, to be honest, i’m not sure. it sort of depends upon why you read. since this was billed from the start as not a straight forward mystery, i just assumed the authors wanted you to enjoy your haphazard journey into their warped minds and twisted senses of humor.
well, i did that, so i guess, in the end, it was a worthwhile journey. sort of like a roller coaster ride; you go up, you do down, you loop a few times, and you end up back where you started, a bit breathless, and wondering why you got on the darn thing in the first place, all the time, itching to get back in line for another ride.
if you’re the prissy type who feels that certain types of humor are off limits, then you definitely should not read this book. if you like to be amazed, entertained, and tickled, then by all means, do what i did, and read it today!
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well, i read the description, where they mention up front that there a lot of gored oxen and disrespected sacred cows in this book, and it goes where the reader decides to go rather than in a straight line. wow, was that an understatement!
the story starts with hapless pi harry mcglade being hired by an amish woman who suspects her husband of cheating on her. from that point (which, by the way, is the beginning of the ox-goring) this book definitely does not go in a straight line, but in lopsided circles, depending upon the link you chose at the end of the chapter. like a mountain trail, it has switchbacks, loops, and detours all over the place. even if you take notes, if you’re not careful, you’ll get lost, which i did around chapter 4—or was it 3—i really don’t remember, and my notes make absolutely no sense.
i finally gave up after ten or twelve forays to the pages denoted by the links, and decided to just read it straight through. did it come to a satisfactory conclusion? well, to be honest, i’m not sure. it sort of depends upon why you read. since this was billed from the start as not a straight forward mystery, i just assumed the authors wanted you to enjoy your haphazard journey into their warped minds and twisted senses of humor.
well, i did that, so i guess, in the end, it was a worthwhile journey. sort of like a roller coaster ride; you go up, you do down, you loop a few times, and you end up back where you started, a bit breathless, and wondering why you got on the darn thing in the first place, all the time, itching to get back in line for another ride.
if you’re the prissy type who feels that certain types of humor are off limits, then you definitely should not read this book. if you like to be amazed, entertained, and tickled, then by all means, do what i did, and read it today!
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well, i read the description, where they mention up front that there a lot of gored oxen and disrespected sacred cows in this book, and it goes where the reader decides to go rather than in a straight line. wow, was that an understatement!
the story starts with hapless pi harry mcglade being hired by an amish woman who suspects her husband of cheating on her. from that point (which, by the way, is the beginning of the ox-goring) this book definitely does not go in a straight line, but in lopsided circles, depending upon the link you chose at the end of the chapter. like a mountain trail, it has switchbacks, loops, and detours all over the place. even if you take notes, if you’re not careful, you’ll get lost, which i did around chapter 4—or was it 3—i really don’t remember, and my notes make absolutely no sense.
i finally gave up after ten or twelve forays to the pages denoted by the links, and decided to just read it straight through. did it come to a satisfactory conclusion? well, to be honest, i’m not sure. it sort of depends upon why you read. since this was billed from the start as not a straight forward mystery, i just assumed the authors wanted you to enjoy your haphazard journey into their warped minds and twisted senses of humor.
well, i did that, so i guess, in the end, it was a worthwhile journey. sort of like a roller coaster ride; you go up, you do down, you loop a few times, and you end up back where you started, a bit breathless, and wondering why you got on the darn thing in the first place, all the time, itching to get back in line for another ride.
if you’re the prissy type who feels that certain types of humor are off limits, then you definitely should not read this book. if you like to be amazed, entertained, and tickled, then by all means, do what i did, and read it today!
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well, i read the description, where they mention up front that there a lot of gored oxen and disrespected sacred cows in this book, and it goes where the reader decides to go rather than in a straight line. wow, was that an understatement!
the story starts with hapless pi harry mcglade being hired by an amish woman who suspects her husband of cheating on her. from that point (which, by the way, is the beginning of the ox-goring) this book definitely does not go in a straight line, but in lopsided circles, depending upon the link you chose at the end of the chapter. like a mountain trail, it has switchbacks, loops, and detours all over the place. even if you take notes, if you’re not careful, you’ll get lost, which i did around chapter 4—or was it 3—i really don’t remember, and my notes make absolutely no sense.
i finally gave up after ten or twelve forays to the pages denoted by the links, and decided to just read it straight through. did it come to a satisfactory conclusion? well, to be honest, i’m not sure. it sort of depends upon why you read. since this was billed from the start as not a straight forward mystery, i just assumed the authors wanted you to enjoy your haphazard journey into their warped minds and twisted senses of humor.
well, i did that, so i guess, in the end, it was a worthwhile journey. sort of like a roller coaster ride; you go up, you do down, you loop a few times, and you end up back where you started, a bit breathless, and wondering why you got on the darn thing in the first place, all the time, itching to get back in line for another ride.
if you’re the prissy type who feels that certain types of humor are off limits, then you definitely should not read this book. if you like to be amazed, entertained, and tickled, then by all means, do what i did, and read it today!
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well, i read the description, where they mention up front that there a lot of gored oxen and disrespected sacred cows in this book, and it goes where the reader decides to go rather than in a straight line. wow, was that an understatement!
the story starts with hapless pi harry mcglade being hired by an amish woman who suspects her husband of cheating on her. from that point (which, by the way, is the beginning of the ox-goring) this book definitely does not go in a straight line, but in lopsided circles, depending upon the link you chose at the end of the chapter. like a mountain trail, it has switchbacks, loops, and detours all over the place. even if you take notes, if you’re not careful, you’ll get lost, which i did around chapter 4—or was it 3—i really don’t remember, and my notes make absolutely no sense.
i finally gave up after ten or twelve forays to the pages denoted by the links, and decided to just read it straight through. did it come to a satisfactory conclusion? well, to be honest, i’m not sure. it sort of depends upon why you read. since this was billed from the start as not a straight forward mystery, i just assumed the authors wanted you to enjoy your haphazard journey into their warped minds and twisted senses of humor.
well, i did that, so i guess, in the end, it was a worthwhile journey. sort of like a roller coaster ride; you go up, you do down, you loop a few times, and you end up back where you started, a bit breathless, and wondering why you got on the darn thing in the first place, all the time, itching to get back in line for another ride.
if you’re the prissy type who feels that certain types of humor are off limits, then you definitely should not read this book. if you like to be amazed, entertained, and tickled, then by all means, do what i did, and read it today!
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well, i read the description, where they mention up front that there a lot of gored oxen and disrespected sacred cows in this book, and it goes where the reader decides to go rather than in a straight line. wow, was that an understatement!
the story starts with hapless pi harry mcglade being hired by an amish woman who suspects her husband of cheating on her. from that point (which, by the way, is the beginning of the ox-goring) this book definitely does not go in a straight line, but in lopsided circles, depending upon the link you chose at the end of the chapter. like a mountain trail, it has switchbacks, loops, and detours all over the place. even if you take notes, if you’re not careful, you’ll get lost, which i did around chapter 4—or was it 3—i really don’t remember, and my notes make absolutely no sense.
i finally gave up after ten or twelve forays to the pages denoted by the links, and decided to just read it straight through. did it come to a satisfactory conclusion? well, to be honest, i’m not sure. it sort of depends upon why you read. since this was billed from the start as not a straight forward mystery, i just assumed the authors wanted you to enjoy your haphazard journey into their warped minds and twisted senses of humor.
well, i did that, so i guess, in the end, it was a worthwhile journey. sort of like a roller coaster ride; you go up, you do down, you loop a few times, and you end up back where you started, a bit breathless, and wondering why you got on the darn thing in the first place, all the time, itching to get back in line for another ride.
if you’re the prissy type who feels that certain types of humor are off limits, then you definitely should not read this book. if you like to be amazed, entertained, and tickled, then by all means, do what i did, and read it today!
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well, i read the description, where they mention up front that there a lot of gored oxen and disrespected sacred cows in this book, and it goes where the reader decides to go rather than in a straight line. wow, was that an understatement!
the story starts with hapless pi harry mcglade being hired by an amish woman who suspects her husband of cheating on her. from that point (which, by the way, is the beginning of the ox-goring) this book definitely does not go in a straight line, but in lopsided circles, depending upon the link you chose at the end of the chapter. like a mountain trail, it has switchbacks, loops, and detours all over the place. even if you take notes, if you’re not careful, you’ll get lost, which i did around chapter 4—or was it 3—i really don’t remember, and my notes make absolutely no sense.
i finally gave up after ten or twelve forays to the pages denoted by the links, and decided to just read it straight through. did it come to a satisfactory conclusion? well, to be honest, i’m not sure. it sort of depends upon why you read. since this was billed from the start as not a straight forward mystery, i just assumed the authors wanted you to enjoy your haphazard journey into their warped minds and twisted senses of humor.
well, i did that, so i guess, in the end, it was a worthwhile journey. sort of like a roller coaster ride; you go up, you do down, you loop a few times, and you end up back where you started, a bit breathless, and wondering why you got on the darn thing in the first place, all the time, itching to get back in line for another ride.
if you’re the prissy type who feels that certain types of humor are off limits, then you definitely should not read this book. if you like to be amazed, entertained, and tickled, then by all means, do what i did, and read it today!
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well, i read the description, where they mention up front that there a lot of gored oxen and disrespected sacred cows in this book, and it goes where the reader decides to go rather than in a straight line. wow, was that an understatement!
the story starts with hapless pi harry mcglade being hired by an amish woman who suspects her husband of cheating on her. from that point (which, by the way, is the beginning of the ox-goring) this book definitely does not go in a straight line, but in lopsided circles, depending upon the link you chose at the end of the chapter. like a mountain trail, it has switchbacks, loops, and detours all over the place. even if you take notes, if you’re not careful, you’ll get lost, which i did around chapter 4—or was it 3—i really don’t remember, and my notes make absolutely no sense.
i finally gave up after ten or twelve forays to the pages denoted by the links, and decided to just read it straight through. did it come to a satisfactory conclusion? well, to be honest, i’m not sure. it sort of depends upon why you read. since this was billed from the start as not a straight forward mystery, i just assumed the authors wanted you to enjoy your haphazard journey into their warped minds and twisted senses of humor.
well, i did that, so i guess, in the end, it was a worthwhile journey. sort of like a roller coaster ride; you go up, you do down, you loop a few times, and you end up back where you started, a bit breathless, and wondering why you got on the darn thing in the first place, all the time, itching to get back in line for another ride.
if you’re the prissy type who feels that certain types of humor are off limits, then you definitely should not read this book. if you like to be amazed, entertained, and tickled, then by all means, do what i did, and read it today!
amenities including the jacuzzi, swimming pool, outdoor wood oven. Tom mendelsohn of the independent speculated that the episode may be the best ever written for television, stating that "the show's writers are positively shakespearian in the thorough way they set about bestowing calamity until i got banana hammock: a ‘write your own damn story’ adventure by j.a. konrath and jack kilborn, i’d never read an interactive e-book. to their credit, the authors warn readers to read the description before reading the book, because you just might ‘hate it.’
well, i read the description, where they mention up front that there a lot of gored oxen and disrespected sacred cows in this book, and it goes where the reader decides to go rather than in a straight line. wow, was that an understatement!
the story starts with hapless pi harry mcglade being hired by an amish woman who suspects her husband of cheating on her. from that point (which, by the way, is the beginning of the ox-goring) this book definitely does not go in a straight line, but in lopsided circles, depending upon the link you chose at the end of the chapter. like a mountain trail, it has switchbacks, loops, and detours all over the place. even if you take notes, if you’re not careful, you’ll get lost, which i did around chapter 4—or was it 3—i really don’t remember, and my notes make absolutely no sense.
i finally gave up after ten or twelve forays to the pages denoted by the links, and decided to just read it straight through. did it come to a satisfactory conclusion? well, to be honest, i’m not sure. it sort of depends upon why you read. since this was billed from the start as not a straight forward mystery, i just assumed the authors wanted you to enjoy your haphazard journey into their warped minds and twisted senses of humor.
well, i did that, so i guess, in the end, it was a worthwhile journey. sort of like a roller coaster ride; you go up, you do down, you loop a few times, and you end up back where you started, a bit breathless, and wondering why you got on the darn thing in the first place, all the time, itching to get back in line for another ride.
if you’re the prissy type who feels that certain types of humor are off limits, then you definitely should not read this book. if you like to be amazed, entertained, and tickled, then by all means, do what i did, and read it today!
on their characters. Thumbs up this 296 business is a favorite of ezlocal users. Ronald and hannah were really nice, responded fast and helped 296 us with our wishes. One thing i'd recommend esp with a 2 stroke which can be turned upside down without 296 any problems is to fill the waterways with soluble oil when you winterise the engine. Until i got banana hammock: a ‘write your own damn story’ adventure by j.a. konrath and jack kilborn, i’d never read an interactive e-book. to their credit, the authors warn readers to read the description before reading the book, because you just might ‘hate it.’
well, i read the description, where they mention up front that there a lot of gored oxen and disrespected sacred cows in this book, and it goes where the reader decides to go rather than in a straight line. wow, was that an understatement!
the story starts with hapless pi harry mcglade being hired by an amish woman who suspects her husband of cheating on her. from that point (which, by the way, is the beginning of the ox-goring) this book definitely does not go in a straight line, but in lopsided circles, depending upon the link you chose at the end of the chapter. like a mountain trail, it has switchbacks, loops, and detours all over the place. even if you take notes, if you’re not careful, you’ll get lost, which i did around chapter 4—or was it 3—i really don’t remember, and my notes make absolutely no sense.
i finally gave up after ten or twelve forays to the pages denoted by the links, and decided to just read it straight through. did it come to a satisfactory conclusion? well, to be honest, i’m not sure. it sort of depends upon why you read. since this was billed from the start as not a straight forward mystery, i just assumed the authors wanted you to enjoy your haphazard journey into their warped minds and twisted senses of humor.
well, i did that, so i guess, in the end, it was a worthwhile journey. sort of like a roller coaster ride; you go up, you do down, you loop a few times, and you end up back where you started, a bit breathless, and wondering why you got on the darn thing in the first place, all the time, itching to get back in line for another ride.
if you’re the prissy type who feels that certain types of humor are off limits, then you definitely should not read this book. if you like to be amazed, entertained, and tickled, then by all means, do what i did, and read it today!
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