Insanity, Illinois

It s a normal day at the Global Query calls, calls, calls from a housewife menaced by her appliances a farmer with a volcano in his apple orchard a man with snow geese in his toilet and, of course, a guy talking to God through his TV Typical Until Savvy realizes that all the calls came from the same town in Illinois.
Insanity Illinois It s a normal day at the Global Query calls calls calls from a housewife menaced by her appliances a farmer with a volcano in his apple orchard a man with snow geese in his toilet and of course a

  • Title: Insanity, Illinois
  • Author: Mark Sumner
  • ISBN: 9780441005116
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Insanity, Illinois”

    1. The protagonist works for the worst kind of tabloid. Weird has a way of catching up with you when you aren't looking. Good prose and an interesting world. Kudos Mark! Kudos!

    2. It’s always a joy to discover a book one has bought and put on a shelf and, for one reason or another, forgotten. There’s always that “Where did this come from?” feeling and, upon opening it, also a nice surprise when it turns out to be exactly the kind of story one expected when it was purchased. I suppose I bought this novel but I don’t remember doing so. Nevertheless, I thoroughly enjoyed it, because--it’s my kind of story.News from the Edge was the basis for the Sci-Fi Channel’ [...]

    3. I picked this one up on a whim. The cover appealed to me and the comparison to the X-Files definitely piqued my interest. After reading some good reviews online I figured it was safe to dive in and see what this book was about. Well, I assumed that it would be decent but I was pleasantly surprised when the book surpassed my expectations. The basic premise is that the main character is a reporter who works for a tabloid. She's sent out against her will to investigate some strange sightings in a s [...]

    4. Short but all to sweet I liked Savvy in the first book but now I think I'm in love!! Attacking appliances or barb wire fences will not stop her from getting to the truth. I can't wait for more field work on new weird breaking stories!

    5. I really like this series. It's a light fun read. This one wasn't as fun as the first one, but it was still pretty good. This time Savvy is chasing down a story on a whole town gone nuts. Pet eating appliances, a werewolf, and geese flying out a toilet. Mass hysteria at it's best. Not bad.

    6. I really, really actually liked this book. If you are a fan of the X-Files, this book is for you. There's nothing paranormal about it, but it's very similar in that sci-fi mystery sense. It's a good quick read and you don't have to read the other two in the series to understand what's going on.

    7. I picked this book up at a used book store a couple of years ago. It is the second in a series of 3, but i have not read the other 2. It was an ok read went quickly but it was not great. If i find the other 2 at the used book store, i will get them but i will not buy the others new.

    8. This is the series of books SciFi based their quirky show The Chronicle onI wish there'd been more of the books and the show-read 4/26/10

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