Book Review: Sorry I Ruined Your Orgy

So, weekend update! Horray, it’s like an early Christmas present for you, right? I finally had the chance to FINISH Bradley Sands’ Sorry I Ruined Your Orgy. So I wanted to posted a review on them right up here on my lovely little blog.

Sorry I Ruined Your Orgy by Bradley Sands

Running gracefully from one world and into the next, it was almost impossible to put Sorry I Ruined Your Orgy down. The worlds that Sands create are beautiful as they are haunting and bizarre. Each story is strange, beautiful, and sad and many of them have giraffes!

The entire world that Sands creates is so surreal and extraordinary that I never knew what was coming and was surprised at every turn (even when the title of the chapter told me what to look forward to, for example the lovely titled, “A Suicidal Amputee Tries to Kill Himself by Rolling Off His Bed, Down the Stairs, Through the Screen Door, and Into Traffic; Some Dominican Kids Poke Him With Sticks Too, and an Eagle Shits on Him”), the joy in reading came in seeing just how Sands would create this new world of time-traveling giraffes, suicidal amputees, headless men, sloths, God, couches, newspaper boys and other creatures far and wide.

This is one of the first pieces of bizarro fiction that I have truly loved and just dived totally into and I highly recommend you go and purchase it asap.  Would make a great gift for someone with a unique, and adventurous taste in reading because Sands is such a master of word-crafting he turns his bizzaro world into something that is so tragically wrong and beautiful that you can’t look away.

 

You can check it out, and buy it here

 

Happy rest of the weekend!

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1 Comment »

  1. […] Judy Black Cloud reviewed it too. She said, “Running gracefully from one world and into the next, it was almost impossible to put Sorry I Ruined Your Orgy down. The worlds that Sands create are beautiful as they are haunting and bizarre. Each story is strange, beautiful, and sad and many of them have giraffes!” Click here to read Judy Black Cloud’s full review. […]


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