Banja de Banja is successful, but has been smashed to pieces by her divorce. As a self noted aggressive bisexual, she has a insatiable desire to meet new people and to experience new things. Comet Fox is a selection of chapters from her life. Some of these will make you laugh, some will make you cry, and others will make you question everything.
From the author of Postmodern Deconstruction Madhouse, Peter Quinones, crafts another story that is willing to examine every element of his characters. His writing holds nothing back as he examines Banja’s life over a variety of scenes. We move throughout her life watching as she interacts with a variety of people for a variety of reasons. She is willing to examine herself and we do see her experiencing a few different relationships and hookups. She has gone through a number of life changes and Banja is experiencing everything. When the love of her life, a woman named Jarena, returns they again spend time together and this is just one of the many experiences readers get to see happening in her life.
Quinones is able to write fictional stories that read as though you are truly experiencing someone’s day to day life. Everything seems to flow in a sort of slightly disjointed way as you move between characters and events. That though isn’t a complaint, but instead it just feels as though you are traveling with that character. Banja very definitely speaks her mind and is willing to do so much that there is never really a moment of down time. She is seemingly in a constant state of motion with various amount of drama arising out of the people she lets into her life. Each of the characters has a seemingly out there image, with each of their personalities feeling larger than life. This is the sort of story that experimental readers would enjoy and it feels like a captivating and mysterious read throughout with Banja as your focus. You can get Comet Fox today.
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