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[Read] ➶ Anonymous ➳ Jason Tanamor – Citybells.co.uk Unknown is in prison for fraud Ambiguous is in prison for murder And Stud is in prison for well no one really knows for sure To pass the time the prisoners tell stories to each other They do this to aRead Anonymous Jason Tanamor Citybellscouk Unknown is in prison for fraud Ambiguous is in prison for murder And Stud is in prison for well no one really knows for sure To pass the time the prisoners tell stories to each other They do this to a Unknown is in prison for fraud Ambiguous is in prison for murder And Stud is in prison for well no one really knows for sure To pass the time the prisoners tell stori

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Ly knows who is telling the story if the story is true and what the story actually means The one certain is Unknown the unofficial leader of this band of degenerates who convinces each inmate to accept his action because the crime resulted in much needed legislation such as Amber Alert But as time progresses even Unknown begins to uestion his stories The ending will shock and surprise you; it will make you feel sorry for these prisoners

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AnonymousEs to each other They do this to avoid going insane The facts and fictions often get misconstrued with each inmate attempting to one up each other so that his story is the most dynamic of them all Whether the story is about stalking pedophiles or throat chlamydia each tale plays some role in the healing process When each prisoner bails the water from his toilet bowl the result is a communication system through the drainpipes Nobody real

READER Ë DOC Anonymous ↠ PaperbackFREE ↠ JASON TANAMOR a promising writer with lots of potential Publishers Weekly Jason Tanamor has plus years of experience as an entertainment writer and interviewer for Yahoo the Moline DispatchRock Island Argus Cinema Blend Celebrity Cafe Strip Las Vegas Magazine Pulse Magazine and Zoiks OnlineTanamor has interviewed the likes of author Chuck Palahniuk Fight Club; comedians Demetri Martin.

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  • Rebecca Gransden

    READER Ë DOC Anonymous ↠ PaperbackFREE ↠ JASON TANAMOR AnonymousBrought together by common circumstance a group of disparate prison inmates invent a means to communicate with each other while being contained in their cells By scooping the water from their toilet bowls a way is created for their voices to carry along the pipe system Freed from being


  • Rebecka

    READER Ë DOC Anonymous ↠ PaperbackFREE ↠ JASON TANAMOR Anonymous35 stars Gritty crude literature about some seemingly randomly thrown together inmates who gather around the toilet bowl in their respective cells to tell each other things through the pipes Confessions of a sort or just random sharing For the longest time I wondered what the connecting tissue of the set up really was but don't worry it does become clear I enjoyed reading this book Up until 70% the pages just flew by without effort Then something happened I'm not sure what but perhaps the general structure was disrupted and the reading didn't go uite as smoothly any The typos which are of a sort that makes me believe the text was dictated and not typed increased and there were some cut off sentences here and there The book should be edited one


  • N.C. Lagrimas

    READER Ë DOC Anonymous ↠ PaperbackFREE ↠ JASON TANAMOR AnonymousFirst off thanks to Jason Tanamor for sending me a copy of this novel for review I will try to be honest about it Anonymous is all about prisoners telling each other


  • David Heath

    READER Ë DOC Anonymous ↠ PaperbackFREE ↠ JASON TANAMOR AnonymousI picked up 'Anonymous' during my first venture into the Goodreads world I jumped into a group for my favorite genre transgressive fiction and Jason Tanamor stood out to me as an active m


  • Kasey Little

    READER Ë DOC Anonymous ↠ PaperbackFREE ↠ JASON TANAMOR AnonymousAnonymous is about a bunch of prisoners telling stories in their cells to pass time What's uniue about the story is how they do it they bail the water from their toilets and yell down the bowl Uniue right?The highlight of the novel is how the ending ties everything together You don't see it coming at all I thought it could have been spread out than it was but Tanamor did an amazing job fooling you He is like a magician divert your attention while pulling the rabbit out of the


  • Kyle Butler

    READER Ë DOC Anonymous ↠ PaperbackFREE ↠ JASON TANAMOR AnonymousDownloaded this book as a free Kindle giveaway Thought the story was intriguing Glad I did This is a hidden gem that needs to be discovered Sure there are dark topics and uestionable dialogues between characters but they all add to the intenseness is that a word? of the plot There are some writing flaws grammatical but overall this novel is an excellent read It flows easily with its prose I was only intending to read a couple chapters at a time but ended up finishing it in a couple days I would have given this a 5 but 5 star novels are for perfect books This book wasn't perfect; it was damn near 'Anonymous' is worth the


  • Philip

    READER Ë DOC Anonymous ↠ PaperbackFREE ↠ JASON TANAMOR AnonymousIt was a book with unusual characters; Unknown Stud Nose and Tex for example They are all in prison telling their story Unknown is a con artist The book is not something that I would pick to read but to have won the book 3 12 starsnot a 4 star for me


  • Larry Mcmahon

    READER Ë DOC Anonymous ↠ PaperbackFREE ↠ JASON TANAMOR AnonymousOne word Intense There are great lessons to be learned in this book It's not only entertaining but the stories give you something to think about


  • Terry

    READER Ë DOC Anonymous ↠ PaperbackFREE ↠ JASON TANAMOR AnonymousMy comments on this book were communicated directly to the author with thanks for allowing me to read an advance copy


  • Jessica Grutzmacher

    READER Ë DOC Anonymous ↠ PaperbackFREE ↠ JASON TANAMOR AnonymousEnding was a little predictable to me but I loved the way it was written I really felt like I was seeing into someone's mind