Psycho Hose Beast From Outer Space by C.D. Gallant-King Review
I have been a fan of C.D.’s work since I was introduced to his writing a handful of years ago. Psycho Hose Beast From Outer Space confirms why I’m still a fan. Set in the 90s, this book does a great job of taking a trip down Nostalgia Lane while leading the reader on a crazy adventure. C.D. nails it with the references and the added conversational terms of endearment between the characters. Words and phrases that I had long forgotten released a floodgate of memories from my younger years as I read about the adventures of Niall, Pius, and Harper. I felt that I was the fourth member of their little group. A silent passenger in his time machine anxiously watching, hoping that these kids would save the day in Newfoundland. Even if CDGK took away all of the 90s flair, we are still left with a terrific read. Phrases and sayings may change with generations but the feeling of being a preteen doesn’t. C.D. does a wonderful job of capturing true moments of growing up, even when a psycho hose beast is running rampant on a small town. I highly recommend this book. It is a fast and enjoyable read that can make any person crack a smile, which is especially needed in these times. – John
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