Breakfast for the Sun God by George Berger

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On the winter solstice, Brian is heading to visit his girlfriend's family's farm, deep in the heart of nowhere. Shortly after dawn, not far from his destination, he stops for breakfast at a restaurant in a sleepy one-horse town, and that's when everything takes a turn for the weird.

All he wanted was a sandwich. All he got was a series of increasingly strange events, starting with a peep show - and the loss of most of his money - and ending with frostbite - and the loss of most of his clothes.

Will he ever get an explanation? A happy ending? And what about that sandwich he ordered?

Breakfast for the Sun God is a 9,500-word / 30-page almost erotic comedy about small towns and strange customs. It contains a plot, interesting (and occasionally naked) characters, bad sheep jokes, other bad jokes that have nothing to do with livestock, and some of the most unusual euphemisms ever employed to describe sexual acts. Contains no werewolves, vampires, zombies, dinosaurs, millionaires, or billionaires; no jiggling, no throbbing, and no heaving body parts. Also contains a general lack of dirty vulgarities and redeeming qualities, but, hey, it's free, right?

About George Berger

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The author has written for "Sounds", "Melody Maker" and Amnesty International amongst others. His previous book was a biography of the Levellers: "State Education/No University".
Published January 8, 2014 35 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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