Friday, May 09, 2008

Review - Pink Plastic Flamingos

From Big Pulp, (Horror Section)

"Pink Plastic Flamingos"
by Michael Turner

Ronnie, a small time criminal, gets by on a little B-n-E as he calls it. Especially when the caper's easy, like breaking into little old ladies' homes. He knows where his grandma keeps easy cash and figures other people her age hide things in about the same places. Plus, without any security, today's heist would be a pushover. That was Ronnie's first mistake, thinking there was no alarm system. In this short but engaging horror story, we're treated to quickly paced tale that is entertaining and creepy at the same time. You won't look at a yard full of pink flamingos the same way again.

Horror (PG to PG13)
About 2300 words
My Rating: 8 of 10
Take an early lunch and read it.

1 comment:

  1. Hmmmm rating 8 of 10 from you - sounds interesting.

    Here to wish you Happy Mother's Day too!


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