Real Letters. Strange Stories. Only the names have been changed to protect the Guilty.Waking up in the hospital to find wires snapped to your chest, tubes jammed in your veins, and handcuffs tearing at your wrists is a horrible way to start your day - especially when you don't remember who you are or how you got there.That was just the beginning of "Johnny's" bad day. He wReal Letters. Strange Stories. Only the names have been changed to protect the Guilty.Waking up in the hospital to find wires snapped to your chest, tubes jammed in your veins, and handcuffs tearing at your wrists is a horrible way to start your day - especially when you don't remember who you are or how you got there.That was just the beginning of "Johnny's" bad day. He was poked. He was prodded. He was told he had done horrible things. Then the cops came and hauled him away. They tossed him in jail with nothing but a notebook full of strange letters he had supposedly written to friends and family. It was a conspiracy of epic proportions. And Johnny's only hope for proving he's not the criminal they say he is are the letters an old man claiming to be his father gave him.Seven Strange Years is a compilation of letters that tell the tales of a mad traveler buzzing around the country wreaking havoc wherever he lands, pieced together in jail as Johnny scours the letters for evidence that might save him from years in prison. And reading letters rife with tales of freedom and adventure is nothing short of torture when you're stuck in jail....
|Title||:||Seven Strange Years|
|Number of Pages||:||386 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Seven Strange Years Reviews
Like reading the diary of a modern day outlaw. The letters divulge the wild tales of Johnny as he travels the country – leaving a wake of destruction in his path. Johnny paints himself into some dicey situations and he manages to survive the windfall of trouble he creates, until his luck runs out. Seven Strange Years is well written and an overall fun read!
Johnny drinks, smokes, takes acid and eats shrooms. He parties in Vegas and works and plays on Colorado's slopes. And he writes letters. From his current jail cell, he rereads those letters, each with a different slant on his shenanigans, depending on whom the recipient of the letter will be.Johnny's adventures in numbing his mind are a bit mind-numbing in their similarity, but he's an interesting enough character for me to stick with it and see how he ended up.
Johnny's over-the-top letters of wild hijinks were not at all entertaining to me. About 10% in, I skipped to the end to see if his amnesia was real. Glad I didn't waste my time reading more of this stupid nonsense. This was an Amazon freebie so I'm also glad I didn't spend any money on it.
Since I read this for a challenge on Goodreads all I will say is I finished it for that ONE reason. I couldn't do it. The antics were not funny. There was supposed to be a story inside the story but I never go it. I just did not like it.