Shopping Cart Chronicles

With Tales of a Drunken Shopping Cart & other Shopping Cart Adventures

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Shopping Cart Chronicles

Originally envisioned as a coffee table book, it became evident Tales of a Drunken Shopping Cart was more suited to the back of the toilet. A toilet tank book. Because the first volume of the Shopping Cart Chronicles is the kind of thing you're going to want to sit alone and think about. Who does that with a coffee table book? Originally envisioned as a coffee table book, it became evident Tales of a Drunken Shopping Cart was more suited to the back of the toilet. A toilet tank book. Because the first volume of the Shopping Cart Chronicles is the kind of thing you're going to want to sit alone and think about. Who does that with a coffee table book? Described by one reader as, "A penetrating look into the dark and hidden underbelly of pushcarts, this book forced me to re-think my relationship with shopping carts. Elegantly illustrated with candid and emotional imagery, the reader is left feeling introspective after experiencing this collage of social commentary. Shopping Cart Chronicles is the Koyaanisqatsi of shopping carts."
 Lejla Griffin is about to learn that word problems are the pickled miniature corn of math; they are impossible to get through and serve no useful purpose. When she and her little sister Cassie inherit their aunt's mansion in Eureka Lejla dismisses the ghost stories about their new home as just local legend. But things are not always what they seem, especially when she discovers the old house is a doorway into another dimension and Cassie has gone there alone. With the help of an Elvis impersonator and the Incredible Flying Parabolics, Lejla must navigate the second dimension in search of her little sister and the truth behind their mother's disappearance. Will she find her sister before time collapses in on itself and the very fabric of existence unravels?  
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​Bring The Wu

An absurdist romp through the intelligence industry's underwear drawer. With midgets. And pudding. When a bumbling NSA analyst is sent to a Ventura courtroom to testify that he can't testify, he has no idea he's about to meet the great shamanic sorceress of Chinese legend; reincarnated and living as an Absurdist Voodoo Priestess in Oxnard. Will he decipher her smoke signals in time to save her from government assassins? Will Chinese illegal organ traffickers find where she's gone into hiding at the Pleasant Valley Sunday Rehabilitation and Psychiatric Treatment Center, or will Agent Toole find a way to lead her to safety? Bringing together religion, metaphysics and international intrigue in an Oxnard strawberry field, Ms. Veronese accomplishes the seemingly impossible feat of illustrating a unique and heretofore unheard of method for identifying corruption in a way that makes it impossible to hide its shameful secrets. Presented as a work of fiction, readers may find themselves wondering why as the entirely plausible plot develops out of little more than a cup of pudding and ends up in the hands of the Rastafarians, who as usual can be trusted to represent.
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