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Origin of the Feces ✻ [EPUB] ✰ Origin of the Feces By Aidan J. Reid ❅ – Thomashillier.co.uk Ray Jones isn t like other tooth fairiesHe curses too much Enjoys snorting fairy dust And recently, he s been tearing teeth out of kids mouths for profitHe ll tell you it s because of The Rot Then aga Ray Jones isn t like other tooth fairiesHe curses too much Enjoys snorting fairy dust And recently, he s been tearing teeth out of kids mouths for profitHe ll tell you it s because of The Rot Then again, he ll tell you anything to avoid walking the plankThis is his Origin of PDF or story.


10 thoughts on “Origin of the Feces

  1. Mandy Walkden-Brown Mandy Walkden-Brown says:

    A fun, well written little tale This tooth fairy, Ray Jones, is definitely not the sweet and glittery kind He s rough around the edges, doesn t quite follow the rules and gets himself into rather severe trouble as a result Enjoyed the humour and Ray s exploits and looking forward toadventures from this very atypical tooth fairy


  2. Paranormal Tendencies Paranormal Tendencies says:

    With the state of children s teeth causing the tooth fairies to collect less pay, one fairy goes to extremes to make a living That is till the fairy godmother gets wind of his less than honest work.This short story is a riot It s quick and sure to bring a smile to your face Great read and I m excited to read the rest of the story


  3. Rachel Rachel says:

    Thank you to the author for giving me a free review copy in exchange for an honest review.FIRST THOUGHTSAidan J Reid s books have always been on my list So, when he sent out a newsletter about a review team, I wasthan happy to agree This was the first story given to me.PLOTRay Jones is a tooth fairy who pretty much goes rogue He has a snarky sense of humor and while he does his job, it s not exactly done well When the Fairy Godmother finds out what he s doing, that means trouble for Thank you to the author for giving me a free review copy in exchange for an honest review.FIRST THOUGHTSAidan J Reid s books have always been on my list So, when he sent out a newsletter about a review team, I wasthan happy to agree This was the first story given to me.PLOTRay Jones is a tooth fairy who pretty much goes rogue He has a snarky sense of humor and while he does his job, it s not exactly done well When the Fairy Godmother finds out what he s doing, that means trouble for him.This plot is uniquely done as I haven t read many books surrounding a tooth fairy It has an adult spin on a childhood fairytale and it s done well.The characters, though we re not with them for too long, were great as well Ray was a fun protagonist to follow around and I m interested to see what he does next.WRITING STYLEThis is a short story standing at about 22 pages, but while it s short, it has a lot of information packed into it The writing was cleverly done.The narration was funny and each scene flowed well right into the next The world from a tooth fairy s point of view was well done and really opened a new world.OVERALLWhile this isn t the typical kind of story I would read myself if I had stumbled upon it in the bookstore, it was still a funny, quick read It was something different, which was nice I m looking forward to the next one.Favorite Quote I hand over a badly rotten premolar That ll tell em Aidan J Reid, Rot This review was originally published on RachelPoli.com


  4. Melissa Levine Melissa Levine says:

    I can officially say I ve never read a story like this one While I felt it was a little slow going before I realized what or who Ray Jones was , this was an overall interestingly unique story I liked how the author wrote using Ray s accent as opposed to simply saying he was from this state which equated him to having a country accent I see that with a lot of writers, unfortunately I m definitely interested in reading part two My only question relates to Ray s size There was a part when he I can officially say I ve never read a story like this one While I felt it was a little slow going before I realized what or who Ray Jones was , this was an overall interestingly unique story I liked how the author wrote using Ray s accent as opposed to simply saying he was from this state which equated him to having a country accent I see that with a lot of writers, unfortunately I m definitely interested in reading part two My only question relates to Ray s size There was a part when he s described as being the size of a thumb then we re told he s six inches tall If he was that size, how was he able to walk around in a mouth No matter if it were a child or adult, he would have been too tall big Just saying


  5. LuAnn Rodriquez LuAnn Rodriquez says:

    ROT 1 ORIGIN OF THE FECES by Aidan J Reid is an interesting and compelling short story All is derived from the author s vivid imagination but labeled as an alternative reality and easy to remain involved in for its short length The main character, a less than law abiding tooth fairy, has a rowdy sense of humor and an entertaining way of considering his world For opening up your mind and the sheer entertainment in the process, Mr Reid is a capable writer of this landscape Give his writi ROT 1 ORIGIN OF THE FECES by Aidan J Reid is an interesting and compelling short story All is derived from the author s vivid imagination but labeled as an alternative reality and easy to remain involved in for its short length The main character, a less than law abiding tooth fairy, has a rowdy sense of humor and an entertaining way of considering his world For opening up your mind and the sheer entertainment in the process, Mr Reid is a capable writer of this landscape Give his writing a try you won t be sorry you did I received an ARC of this story from the author in exchange for my honest review of it


  6. Norma Norma says:

    When the rot came, it changed everything The life of a tooth fairy is not an easy one,blood, sweat and tears according to Ray Jones and he should know he s been one for years.This nicely written, toilet humour short, has Ray recounting tales of his working life both before the rot less teeth, better quality and after the other way round as well as his theories on how it started Great fun Recommended.


  7. Barbara Barbara says:

    I suppose if I were a preteen boy I would love it It IS well written with an interesting main character dealing with a menacing situation, but the situation is left unresolved and I have not yet read book 2 A good, quick read.


  8. Kay Smillie Kay Smillie says:

    This is the story of Ray Jones Ray is a tooth fairy, but unlike any you ve seen before.This short is funny and, I ll be honest, I didn t think that I had enjoyed it as much as I did until I got to the end and had to buy the next story there and then Great fun


  9. Dianne Peace Dianne Peace says:

    Wait a minuteIn a very short space, I went from puzzled to maybe to smiling and finallyglad I read it Who doesn t like the tooth fairy after all For all its silliness, it s written intelligently So take a break and have a read.


  10. Ann Keeran Ann Keeran says:

    A story of the life of a tooth fairy The trials and tribulations of the job that children adore Rot is the first in the series.


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