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Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. I get the feeling these 2 authors aren't in Kansas anymore. I like these stories and I'm hoping that they're written by a couple of relatively sane people. As fiction these tales are very good. As conspiracy theorists with a high belief in U.
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Since I wrote two of the four stories for this book, my review only covers the stories written by David Barker. In "Chupacabra Chalupa" David gives us front row seats to the weird and wonderful world of McMinnville, Oregon and its nefarious "local business" Conifer Aviation, Inc. Singing urinals, downed UFOs and burned aliens, beautiful secretaries with a future in alien hybrid childbirth, a talking ant and, of course, a chupacabra chalupa, conspire to entertain you with the most bizarre dinner out you've ever had!
In "Tiny Drone Mired in Earwax" David has composed a little masterpiece on the ultimate invasion of privacy and the price paid by ordinary citizens when surveillance becomes too ubiquitous and way, way too small!
Even if you think I stink, be sure to get this book for David's work, two "bizarro" tales that will make you laugh out loud and never see chalupas the same way ever again! Science fiction and Flying Saucers parted ways back in the Fifties, but the estranged literary cousins have been reunited in this anthology. The stories revolve around the employees and activities of the supposedly fictional Conifer Aviation, a company involved in every clandestine operation near and dear to the hearts of all conspiracy theorists. The stories are all fun and clever, very enjoyable.
Personally, I've never met a conspiracy theory I didn't like, but I would have enjoyed these stories anyway. Reading them made me want to know more about the insidious MIB at Conifer, not to mention those enigmatic and delicious Grays. It is a follow up to their similar collection, 'Alien Autopsy Barbecue', which I definitely need to get now.
The presentation of this eBook is nice, with very solid cover art by David Barker. There is a "fictitious Conifer letter" at the front of the book which looks like a censored government document, and that starts off the journey into these tales with a little spice. I think that was a very nice choice, and it sets the mood.
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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Four Bizarro short stories set in the nefarious world of Conifer Aviation -- a black ops government contractor involved in crashed UFOs, dead aliens, human abductions, talking ants and other weird stuff. Conifer Aviation is the creation of Jordan Hofer and first appears in his novel Saucerville. This ebook is a follow up to David Barker's Conifer-themed ebook Alien Autopsy Four Bizarro short stories set in the nefarious world of Conifer Aviation -- a black ops government contractor involved in crashed UFOs, dead aliens, human abductions, talking ants and other weird stuff.
Eighty five year old Morty may have retired from Conifer Aviation years ago, but he just can't seem to get away from the place. Even when he's out having dinner with his wife, trying to enjoy a nice Chupacabra Chalupa in peace, he's haunted by his past.
Reminders of his days as a member of the UFO crash retrieval crew are everywhere, from the murals in the hall way, to the creepy singing urinal in the men's room, to that bastard Roger Truegood sitting across the aisle from him with a good-looking woman who probably won't survive the evening, given Roger's reputation for sending his girl friends to the Gray's vats when he tires of them. And what's up with these ants? Let them buy their own chalupas!
Whatever they're up to, if you're an employee, it's always best to look the other way and keep your mouth shut. And if you do flap your trap? Don't be surprised by who might be listening and what they have in store for you if you do open your big mouth! Because, hey, they're going to spray their chemtrails anyway, no matter what you say. Conifer employee Billy White spends his days off just like millions of other American males -- drinking beer and smoking cigarettes.
About the last thing he expects is to have a tiny surveillance drone fly into his ear and get stuck in the wax.
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But that's just the start of his troubles. Little pitchers have big ears and tiny drones are piloted by guys with ears that stick out and look remarkably like the President.