Excerpt from A Guitar with Too Many Strings by John Mellor

Today features the literary fiction / magic realism book A Guitar with Too Many Strings by John Mellor.

During his tour, John be awarding an autographed copy of the original paperback version of A Guitar with Too
Many Strings
to a randomly drawn winner. To be entered for a chance to win, use the form below. To increase your chances of winning, feel free to visit his other blog tour stops and enter there too.

Blurb
about A Guitar with Too Many Strings:
“Madness dances with brilliance” – a wild rock singer, a
lonely white dolphin and other unworldly misfits emerge from their strange
stories to challenge a young boy as to why. A gaunt tree leans wearily over
them, like a guitar with too many strings. And the Angel leans on her gate,
watching. – “Never seen anything quite like this”; “A unique and wonderful manuscript”.
 – See Goodreads for 57 reviews
and ratings
“This is not a normal book with a normal story…”
It is the story of a rock singer and the unearthly harmonies
plucked from a strange 13-string guitar; and of a bumptious honeybee
encountering a strange little man on a planet that isn’t there; and a tired,
cynical old philosopher conducting a strange debate with a stone in the woods.
It is the story of a shipwrecked sailor, whose pet egg hatches
into a strange seagull; and a worn-out, unworldly old lady dying in a strange land
where no-one dreams; and a sad, downtrodden gardener tending a Wise Woman’s
strange, disquieting weed.
It is the story of a lonely white dolphin, and a tree – curiously
shaped like a guitar with too many strings.
And of a young boy who discovers – with a little help from an
Angel – The Seven Gifts – that came to Earth
“A most unusual and beautiful story”
“This is a book to make you think”

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