Book Review: Ten Kilo and One Million

Friday, September 29, 2017

Author: K.J. Hannah
Summary from Goodreads: 
Until she collected one million dollars, mild-mannered Professor Tabatha Davis knew no one-eyed, steampunking oncologist, ate no anatomically correct marzipan, and paid for no Catalina Islands trip. Nonetheless, after winning the FurMeet's jackpot, she became shadowed by a second rate media crew, befriended by a peanut butter and jelly sushi entrepreneur, and was blamed for the python strangulation of a horse whisperer. What's more, she was abandoned by her cat, stumped by infatuations, and nearly killed by a draft horse.

Tabatha's snort-chocolate-milk-through-your-nose-funny story is a must read! Ten Kilo and One Million entertains with stoned visual artists, wild thespians, random academics, and a confused HVAC technician, while, more importantly, examining self-discovery and challenging the worth we attribute to fame.

Personal Review:
This book was a quick read with an interesting story line. Several times during the story, it made me laugh. There are some interesting ideas throughout the book and I think they are intended to be symbolic of other life situations.

I enjoyed the story and could see it coming to life for a production. There was a lot of vivid images that happen as you read the pages of this book.

I appreciated the opportunity to read this. Thank you.

 Disclaimer: I was awarded this book from the author. Though I did not pay for the book, the opinions are strictly my own.

Happy Reading!

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