Chicken Feed

Chicken Feed Reg is just an ordinary bloke in a job he doesn t like He s afraid of his boss the domineering power mad market owner Sheena McKinley He has no love life no friends worth mentioning and to cap it

  • Title: Chicken Feed
  • Author: Ellen Ghyll
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 140
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Reg is just an ordinary bloke in a job he doesn t like He s afraid of his boss the domineering, power mad, market owner, Sheena McKinley He has no love life, no friends worth mentioning and, to cap it all, he s not feeling very well Can things possibly get any worse Abducted by person or persons unknown, Reg is subjected to a nerve shattering series of events leadingReg is just an ordinary bloke in a job he doesn t like He s afraid of his boss the domineering, power mad, market owner, Sheena McKinley He has no love life, no friends worth mentioning and, to cap it all, he s not feeling very well Can things possibly get any worse Abducted by person or persons unknown, Reg is subjected to a nerve shattering series of events leading to his being witness to a grisly murder Rescued in the nick of time, by his kidnapper, he discovers that things are far from over The mystery deepens and fate decrees he still has a part to play this time it is the starring role supported by a desperate gang of unlikely allies.

    One thought on “Chicken Feed”

    1. Chicken Feed recounts a tumultuous few days in the lives of a number of people involved with what we in the U.S. would call a flea market.Simply put, Chicken Feed is a fun read. The authors tangle and untangle the characters' lives in a lighthearted and somehow affectionate manner. The book introduces several memorable characters. The husband-and-wife "Ellen Ghyll" team have a gift for descriptive, revealing and amusing detail. Some hilarious scenes cry out for cinematic treatment. The book woul [...]

    2. Weird book with very little plot, unsustainable amount of faceless characters and very proficient but exhausting dialogue. The story shows a very intimate knowledge of the life of the common American poor man living off the scraps of Car Boot markets, but at the same time there is nowt a story that stands out and the whole thing feels as a slice of life entertaining as much as a southern recheck Reality TV. I don't feel bad for reading it as the dialogue quality excels but after completing the b [...]

    3. Interesting read and it managed to keep my interest barely throughout. A bit of a poor man's Sweeny Todd, but with a couple of interesting twists.

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