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Touchy Much


... Read It Now!
Spike's Review of Touchy Much
I'm pretty sure I know what a baby chicken contemplating murder looks like.

Aaron Frey's "Touchy Much" is rendered in the bright, soft tones of a child's story book. Every background is a cornflower blue sky over a mint green field, speckled with wildflowers. The characters are cuddly and whimsical; an earthworm in a sweater. A bright purple octopus. A little brown garden snail. It's all very, very cute.

That is, until the little critters try to talk to one another.

I'm convinced they all must work low-level, administrative positions in the same office, because passive-aggressive hostility this potent is hard to find outside of poorly-lit basement break rooms.

The humor is driven by the spiteful, insincere barbs that pass for friendly conversation. The characters dislike one another, probably intensely, but still insist on hanging out. It's a little like high school, except it's okay to smoke.

Take a look. And if you recognize any of the characters, do yourself a favor and get some new friends.

... read it now!


Spike's Review of Touchy Much
I'm pretty sure I know what a baby chicken contemplating murder looks like.

Aaron Frey's "Touchy Much" is rendered in the bright, soft tones of a child's story book. Every background is a cornflower blue sky over a mint green field, speckled with wildflowers. The characters are cuddly and whimsical; an earthworm in a sweater. A bright purple octopus. A little brown garden snail. It's all very, very cute.

That is, until the little critters try to talk to one another.

I'm convinced they all must work low-level, administrative positions in the same office, because passive-aggressive hostility this potent is hard to find outside of poorly-lit basement break rooms.

The humor is driven by the spiteful, insincere barbs that pass for friendly conversation. The characters dislike one another, probably intensely, but still insist on hanging out. It's a little like high school, except it's okay to smoke.

Take a look. And if you recognize any of the characters, do yourself a favor and get some new friends.

... read it now!




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