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20 mind expanding short storiesInspiring liberating otherworldly magical surreal biza. I received a free copy of this paperback book from Strange Books in exchange for an honest review Nothing is Strange is the first collection of short stories by Mike Russell I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to read this weird and wonderful collection after having enjoyed his work in Strange Medicine In this collection we get to see a wider variety of his style with twenty stories I liked all of the stories featured here but my favorites are The Warehouse The Meeting Barry and the Triplets Extraordinary Elsie Mask Man Stan and Stan and The Living Crown These uniuely surreal stories aren't for everyone but all of them are really well put together As for all of the stories I mentioned above I wouldn't say no to hearing a little from those worlds or having each of them expanded to something a bit longer If you like Karen Russell's style from Vampires in the Lemon Grove you may want to give strange in the best way tales a look Thanks again to Strange Books for this wonderful opportunity

Review Nothing Is Strange

Nothing Is StrangeRre funny disturbing uniue all of these words have been used to describe the stories. What a great selection of shorts Russell works away in the background like a mystical trickster the stories full of surreal imagery but somehow twisting them into the plausible reading of realityReading this collection reminded me of those first rushes of intellectual expansion that you own as an individual and you spend too much time conjecturing on the nature of reality and everything is mind blowing What if instead of this everything was this But then this was really this Whoah These stories really are that much funRussell is a cajoling storyteller There is a warm and classic feel to the tone of these unexpected tales which lulls the reader into a compliant acceptance It’s just as well Russell appears to have good intentions as these powers could wreak havoc in nefarious hands Instead he presents stories that have a keen mystical bent and carry the reader sage like through a pick ’n’ mix of straightforward faux innocent delights Yes delights Unless I’m missing something cynicism has left the building and what remains isn’t twee or naive but unrooted wise and generous Perhaps some sort of surrealist parable is closest‘The End of Sex’ is too funnyIt is possible that Russell is playing the fool like the classical fool and that his stories with their deadpan tone and spiritual aspects should be taken as a simple way into personal truth Or they are wonderfully evocative mind bending tales that draw forth rich imagery laden with heavy symbolism Or they are a series of engrossing and entertaining pieces full of a refreshingly giving humour and lively mind’s eye world Whatever this was extremely enjoyable to read and I look forward to from this author