Squamous with a Chance of Rain (Prosperity, #3)

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  • 62 pages
  • Squamous with a Chance of Rain (Prosperity, #3)
  • Alexis Hall
  • English
  • 01 May 2017
  • 1626492271

About the Author: Alexis Hall

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Squamous with a Chance of Rain (Prosperity, #3) Dear Dr Howard,The Enclosed Comprises The Complete Personal Correspondence Of Patient 137 Prior To Her Admittance To Bethlem Royal Hospital.It Is My Hope That These Documents Will Provide Valuable Insight Into The Events Immediately Preceding Her Current Episode And May, Therefore, Usefully Inform Your Treatment Of Her.Since Arrival, Her Behaviour Has Been Characterised By Long Periods Of Docility, Punctuated By Outbursts Of Hysteria, In The Grip Of Which She Has Seduced Into Deviant Behaviour A Nurse, A Quaker, And Two Representatives Of The Fallen Women S Society.She Has Also Spoken In Unknown, Inhuman Languages, Inscribed The Floor With Malignant, Ever Shifting Runes, And Revealed To The Other Inmates An Infinite Sky Of Alien Constellations, Much To The Distress Of The Staff.I Trust You Will Have Greater Success With Her Than We Have.Yours Sincerely,Dr L Phillips

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10 thoughts on “Squamous with a Chance of Rain (Prosperity, #3)

  1. lov2laf says:

    This was a highly entertaining, tongue in cheek, paranormal, historical novella that is different from the usual fare in lesfic It was very Elizabeth Watasin esque and I enjoyed it quite a bit.The story is told by Jane, through her correspondence with her friend Miriam, about her coming to live with an unusual family in Cornwall after the unexpected murder of her Uncle.If you re looking for a fun, amusing, and shorter read, this is great I can certainly agree that Lord Bodgeringham posses This was a highly entertaining, tongue in cheek, paranormal, historical novella that is different from the usual fare in lesfic It was very Elizabeth Watasin esque and I enjoyed it quite a bit.The story is told by Jane, through her correspondence with her friend Miriam, about her coming to live with an unusual family in Cornwall after the unexpected murder of her Uncle.If you re looking for a fun, amusing, and shorter read, this is great I can certainly agree that Lord Bodgeringham possesses several qualities valuable in a husband to wit, extensive facial hair, and a slightly confused expression I am sure you will do very well with him and still better with his thirty thousand a year And since I am not to conveniently inherit a fortune or, for that matter, a pot in which to perform an intimate elimination, I must focus my attention on my future, or lack thereof A very funny way of using th...

  2. Corrie says:

    What an utterly delightful read I loved Jane, the heroine of our story, she was buckets of fun These are the kind of stories I could read by the truckload Did anyone else spot the Sound of Music similarities or was that just me 5 fat stars

  3. Pam Faste aka Peejakers says:

    This is one of the most hysterically funny books I have ever read I honestly can t remember when I ve laughedover a book in my life It is certainly the most, er, entertaining account of one woman s descent into madness opium addiction I ve read or expect to It s also, by turns, wickedly sexy, darkly Gothic, positively dripping with sometimes gruesome Lovecraftian imagery Yet somehow, no matter what else is going on, it manages to rema...

  4. Cat Sebastian says:

    It s freaking delightful I didn t know I needed a f f Rebecca Jane Eyre SoM epistolary mashup with airships and magic But I did The writing is gorgeous and funny There s a woman who wears breeches and carries a riding whip A

  5. Maya says:

    Squamous With a Chance of Rain is Ms Grey s story There are universes, cold and vast, caught at the corners of my eyes like unshed tears Spaces between my thoughts, flecked with the fleeting iridescence of a thousand dying worlds. It s scary Also, fun Lots of fun because Jane is so colourful and wonderfully indelicate.It s told as a collection of letters from Jane to a friend and, I admit, the letters revealed a softer side of Jane which I did not see in Prosperity between the krakens v Squamous With a Chance of Rain is Ms Grey s story There are uni...

  6. Mel says:

    Question your sanityas a dissolute governess confronts blasphemies from beyond creation.Squamous is Jane s story, how she has evolved in her state of seeing horrendous things beyond the aether.There are universes, cold and vast, caught at the corners of my eyes like unshed tears Spaces between my thoughts, flecked with the fleeting iridescence of a thousand dying worlds.We are nothing.A disregarded dream of long dead gods.So, I am somehow unfair, but from all of Prosperity s protagonists I fe Question your sanityas a dissolute governess confronts blasphemies from beyond creation.Squamous is Jane s story, how she has evolved in her state of seeing horrendous things beyond the aether.There are universes, cold and vast, caught at the corners of my eyes like unshed tears Spaces between my thoughts, flecked with the fleeting iridescence of a thousand dying worlds.We are nothing.A disregarded dream of long dead gods.So, I am somehow unfair, but from all of Prosperity s protagonists I feel the least connection to Jane And this is unfair, because all the others are such extraordi...

  7. ♣ Irish Smurfétté ♣ says:

    This Is FUN My literary heart was joyfully singing and swinging The word play in Hall s writing is superb Superbly humorous Superbly direct Superbly sublime Smartly swirled within is that earthy reality to which all of us human types fall prey Our own hang ups, need for vindication, and the inability to ignore the nonsensical, imperfect path it s just too irresistible.Also The love for The Sound of Music I share that bone deep adoration, sir.My adoration for sarcasm is just as might This Is FUN My literary heart was joyfully singing and swinging The word play in Hall s writing is superb Superbly humorous Superbly direct Superbly sublime Smartly swirled within is that earthy reality to which all of us human types fall prey Our own hang ups, need for vindication, and the inability to ignore the nonsensical, imperfect path it s just too irresistible.Also The love for The Sound of Music I share that bone deep adoration, sir.My adoration for sarcasm is just as mighty Jane, my dearest, you sing my song If she thought to menace me, she misjudged the matter seriously, as I have always rather appreciated being underestimated It allows one to relax.Yes.The deeper and deeper into this...

  8. Susinok says:

    Whoa, that was wild You do not see the epistolary style any these days I really like it Great read and very immersive, as are all of these stories.

  9. Katie says:

    This is the third book second prequel to the Prosperity series It s a hilarious companion piece written as a collection of letters to the unknown friend Miriam.It shows, quite hysterically, Miss Jane Gray s descent into laudanum infused madness Is it madness I m not so sure.It s not exactly romance in that there is no particular relationship culminating in an HEA However, there are some interludes implied in an eloquent manner befitting a fallen lady of the Victorian era.This had a profoundl This is the third book second prequel to the Prosperity series It s a hilarious companion piece written as a collection of letters to the unknown friend Miriam.It shows, quite hysterically, Miss Jane Gray s descent into laudanum infused madness Is it madness I m not so sure.It s not exactly romance in that there is no particular relationship culminating in an HEA However, there are some interludes implied in an eloquent manner befitting a fallen lady of the Victorian era.This had a profoundly Gothic feel and I appreciated the humorous allusions to the Sound of Music and possibly Hitchcock s Rebecca I say possibly because there were some similarities between the housekeeper Mrs Smith ...

  10. Kaje Harper says:

    In which Miss Grey discovers laudanum is essential to function as a governess Particularly when your charges are seven strange children whose mother disappeared in strange circumstances, whose father is an emotionally distant sky captain, and whose remote estate appears to be the home of something quite unholy There is a lot of imaginative fun here, many homages to The Sound of Music, an unexpectedly pragmatic heroine, a narrow escape or two, and a surprise at the end There is a little less e In which Miss Grey discovers laudanum is essential to function as a governess Par...