Sunday, June 16, 2013

A guest for you

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Boww…wooww….I stood by a telephone booth, half expecting someone to pick me up. The day before yesterday, the day of my birth, I realized that the world is a hard place to get on with. Therefore, I decided to find a way to get connected with the inner me, the self. You might think I want to achieve some self-realization. Hell, no! Boww..woowww….The only way I could tolerate the hideousness of this world is through finding something else to look at and focus. It helps in diverting my attention. A great deal of diversion was music. Then, occasionally, I listened to Adale, and started crying. That was why I decided to find something else. Well, so I searched and wandered the streets.
Up the northern side, near the thattukada, was a telephone booth. A left turn from that telephone booth could lead you to the ‘police ground’. There was no police there, when I reached there. Instead, I found a circus company. I cannot write its name here. They have eyes looking everywhere, suing everyone for using names and all. Boww….wooowww…So I went inside. No tickets, if you ask me. But they would make you take one anyway. However, the one advantage of being a dog is that you don’t need to take tickets where a human being is at the ticker counter. Moron.
That’s where I heard a nerd talk about this. Stephen King is up to something different, from his usual scary paranormal stuff.
The bestselling author of Carry and It has come up with a piece of crime thriller—Joyland.
In a small-town North Carolina amusement park in 1973, college student Devin Jones comes to work as a carny and confronts the legacy of a vicious murder, the fate of a dying child, and the ways both will change his life forever.


Anonymous said...

I like the way this article reads. Very clever.

Andrew Logan, EA
Logan Christian Publishing Company

Unknown said...

great article, but what caught my attention is, why has been an eligible geek, called a nerd? There's a difference