Saturday, October 23, 2010

Book review of Chuck Sambuchino's 'How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack'

Do you have a garden gnome or know anyone who does? Believe it or not, those innocent little lawn statuary you've trustingly placed around your yard are, in fact, nefarious pretenders who are waiting for you to turn your back so they can carry out their devious plans. If you've let them into your house, you're really in trouble, but knowledge is the first step toward saving you and your family from impending doom.

Chuck Sambuchino's How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack reveals the true intent of the common garden gnome, in addition to providing important strategies for protection, eradication, and disposal of these troublesome, dangerous creatures. From constructing your own moat or quicksand pit for local gnome entrapment to disposing of unwanted gnomes in remote locations such as the Laurentian Abyss, 3,000 fathoms beneath the ocean floor, Chuck's book has many creative ideas to insure the safety of your family. If you're looking for a gift that's sure to entertain and protect the garden gnome fan among your friends and family this Christmas, this book is the one for you.

(If you're safe from gnomes but have a writer in the family, check out Chuck's book 2011 Guide to Literary Agents in order to aid him or her in finding the right literary representation going into the new year.)

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