The Rainbow Horizon by Karen S. Cole
A Tale of Goofy Chaos (Pacific Northwest Humor Book 1)

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This book concerns the insane, healthy, inebriated, satirical adventures of a group of four young friends who meet in the wilds of Washington State. Set in the little town of Rama, the antics of three people of color and one overbearing white Montanan reverberate with the love of life and the apolitical, incorrect universe of those who cannot stay within the rational boundaries of ordinary writing. Tongue in cheek, acerbic and ruthless in its skewering of the literature of people of color, white people and feminism, the book covers stories, romantic tales and cartoon idealism - without letting up for one second. It's a comic farce steeped in the charms of the Pacific Northwest, full of poetry, science fiction, and flurries of bombastic charm mingling with the splendor of how far you can go in life without getting anywhere else. I'm offering this book to be distributed as widely as possible for as cheaply as possible, hopefully completely for free eventually. I want its entire world of readers to simply enjoy my crazy stories, without needing to be economically oriented enough to care in an abstract manner about book sales. Read "The Rainbow Horizon," which sounds like a gay support group (but isn't one really, though it features a few such characters), open your silly-brat eyes wider, and laugh out loud - you will vastly enjoy the sudden ending!

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Published January 24, 2015 by Rainbow Writing, Inc. | Ghost Writer, Inc.. 342 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Arts & Photography. Fiction

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