|Title||:||the clean up|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||207 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
the clean up Reviews
Poor Henry! “Absent-mindedness” I can understand-but I think Henry’s foundational problem is psychologically deeper than that. I enjoyed this short story-even laughed out loud at some of the imagery-but I found it next to impossible to sympathise with the protagonist. Henry really should be termed the “main character,” because the term “protagonist” implies a character who acts, who has motivations, drives, desires; and I’m afraid none of those apply to our Henry. Rather, he is “acted upon,” and by, of all things, plumbing appliances.That said, this is an enjoyable, quick read, with a moral-but don’t read it in the middle of the night if you have nightly restroom urges, please!
This is one that I guess would fall into the bizarro fiction category (a genre that, like Steam Punk, doesn't always grab me). It's about a house that slowly comes to life, with a focus on the toilet. Mercifully short, this is one that would benefit from a proofreader and an editor.
very interesting story, i'm curious to read more from this author