Scott Bradfield's Animal Planet PDF
By Scott Bradfield
A unique in regards to the unbelievable hazard that animals might flip their very own global right into a rubbish sell off, and their very own lives right into a sequence of lousy jobs and burned out political and fiscal philosophies. it is a new, revised version of the 1995 novel, that includes a brand new afterword through the writer.
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We had it around the house for years. My brother Frank made it his personal property, on account of the dirty parts. Frank kept it hidden in what he called his ‘wall safe’ in his bedroom. Actually, it wasn’t a safe but just an old stove flue with a tin lid. Frank and I must have read the orgy part a thousand times when we were kids. We had it for years, and then my sister Angela found it. She read it and said it was nothing but a piece of dirty rotten filth. She burned it up, and the string with it.
That’s what Frank always used to say when people asked him what he thought he was doing. ’ “Angela was twenty-two then. She had been the real head of the family since she was sixteen, since Mother died, since I was born. She used to talk about how she had three children—me, Frank, and Father. She wasn’t exaggerating, either. I can remember cold mornings when Frank, Father, and I would be all in a line in the front hall, and Angela would be bundling us up, treating us exactly the same. Only I was going to kindergarten; Frank was going to junior high; and Father was going to work on the atom bomb.
My sister Angela tells me I used to play with little toy trucks for hours, making motor sounds, going ‘burton, burton, burton’ all the time. So I guess I was going ‘burton, burton, burton’ on the day of the bomb; and Father was in his study, playing with a loop of string. “It so happens I know where the string he was playing with came from. Maybe you can use it somewhere in your book. Father took the string from around the manuscript of a novel that a man in prison had sent him. D. It told about how mad scientists made a terrific bomb that wiped out the whole world.
Animal Planet by Scott Bradfield