An eggplant wails, a ladder breaks, and the guise of civility shatters…
A professor of festival studies, a potato hunter, a deadly career counselor, and a part-time terrorist are struggling to retain their sanity in a magically mundane city. Their carefully laid plans fall apart when they meet Mr. Pearson, an everyman who suspects a conspiracy of evil polygons behind his company’s absurd practices.
Theirs is a world in which people use raw produce and wasted time to alter reality. If it were not for the stringent safety standards on fruits and vegetables, the citizens would live in misery. Most live a life of willful ignorance instead, desperate to avoid facing the threats surrounding them.
Festival season is about to begin, but the colorful banners cannot hide the tragic past any longer.
Wednesdaymeter is the first book set in a world full of stories yet to be told. It is enjoyable as a stand-alone novel, although some characters will return in other books.
The story contains no romantically inclined vampires or crafty zombies, though it may contain trace amounts of peanuts.
Much like real life, it also contains a spoonful of existentialism and a steep learning curve.
“It won’t be like anything else you’ve ever acquired, and that’s a good thing.” -Undiscovered Tomes
“This book is well written, full of entertaining characters, and highly imaginative.” -Scripturience
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