Monday, January 13, 2020

A Strange Planet of Beings

Today we're featuring a unique book called Strange Planet by Nathan W. Pyle. My family received this book as a gift from our good friend, Larry Lovell, and I asked him if he could share his thoughts about it with us. ~ F

"Hm, hm. Hello readers of Fairday's blog. I'm Larry Lovell. Fairday asked me to send over my thoughts about the new book, Strange Planet by Nathan W. Pyle, and I'm happy to oblige. In my ample experience working as an investigative journalist, I've found that what connects people the most is the desire to feel understood. The short, snappy scenes presented in this clever book accurately depict the fascinating and ludicrous nature of beings being on a strange planet. Whoo boy! did some of them have me rolling. Hm, hm." 


It was my pleasure to gift the Morrows Strange Planet. I hope readers enjoy the insightful wit and emotional kinks that tie the scenes together as much as I do. I highly recommend this book to any being who knows what it's like to be human. Remember to be kind to yourself and others while living on this strange planet. Farewell, bookish beings. Hm, hm." 
Here's what the Morrows thought about 
Strange Planet by Nathan W. Pyle!
"I catch the hook of this book. The experiences in the short scenes show the truth and humor of ordinary life. And I must note, describing vacuuming as rollsucking the foot fabric is brilliant—I've got my two year old daughter, Margo, chanting, "ROLLSUCK! ROLLSUCK!" whenever Dyson comes out to clean." ~ Mr. Morrow


"I really enjoy the interactions in this book. There are no specific characters, which leaves all of the beings relatable in some way. I think it's cool how the author conveys emotion by using logical language to point out the illogical. Plus, I agree with Mr. Lovell, this book is super funny—beings are complex!" ~ Fairday

"I am delighted by this adorable book, and I was pleased that Larry gave us the gift of this story. It's important to tap into the natural emotions that tug at our hearts and understand the connections they make in our heads. These snippet sketches tell the story of beings living together and learning to cooperate. It's a wonderful book to read together as a family." ~ Mrs. Morrow

11 comments:

  1. Sounds like a good one. Can be fun to see what connections are made indeed.

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  2. This sounds such fun! Thanks for sharing and have a great week, hugs, Valerie

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  3. This does sound very unique! I am going to have to check it out for sure. Seems like a good book that would invoke conversations among people.

    Betty

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  4. Love the glimpses into the book. Roll sucking cracked me up!!! :)

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  5. It sounds like a HEAP of fun. I do hope that rollsucker has been patented - before Mr Dyson steals it.

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  6. Sounds like a very fun book. Especially love the various words used to describe things, especially the description of honey. LOL

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  7. That looks pretty funny. I'm going to call my vacuum the rollsuck from now on. lol

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  8. This sounds so funny. Glad you enjoyed it.

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  9. Have some of these been published before separately? A web comic maybe? I've seen the cat one before.

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  10. This looks and sounds so good :)

    All the best Jan

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