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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

The Texas Twist by John Vorhaus



This is the third book of the Radar Hoverlander series.   A con artist being conned by another con artist makes for some rather interesting flimflam. 

Radar and his beyond quirky sidekick Mirplo display the normal radical eccentricities one would expect from these two.   Allie seems to bring a skewed sense of morality or perhaps common sense to the table.  

Woody, the wayward father, makes a cameo appearance.   Kadyn was a nice addition and I hope we see more of her in the future. 

I did not like this book as well as The Albuquerque Turkey.   The author’s afterward offered a unique perspective to the book and frankly I really enjoyed the insight into Mr. Vorhaus’s psychic.  

As you would expect from a Radar Hoverlander plot, there were spirals within circles that were surrounded by polyhedrons.  The intricacies of the story and the malapropisms from Mirplo are some of the more enjoyable aspects of the book. 

I enjoyed the book and I recommend the book. 


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