Remixed telling of fairy tales ; A is for Adam

If you know me personally you know that I love to read and have since I was very young. You’d also know that I am very picky and tend to re-read my favorite authors books over and over, Rather then reading books from authors I never have before. However recently I have been venturing into unknown ground and am currently getting several authors newsletters as well as following them on social media.

I received a newsletter a couple of days ago with recommendations as well as summaries for an author named Marc Richard. Before a couple of days ago I had never heard of him before so I went to his website: and found out that by signing up for his newsletter I would receive the first three novellas of The Alphabet Series in exchange for a review.

If you would rather not review, they are on amazon both as separate items and as a box set here.

I have gotten a lot of ebooks for free in exchange for reviews, in which I have given both good and bad reviews on depending on my personal preference how much I did or didn’t enjoy the book.With that being said, here is my review of the first novella in the series: A is for Adam.


A is for Adam is a retelling of the Book of Genesis…Kind of. It’s actually a complete misunderstanding of the first book in the Bible. If you have a huge stick up your ass otherwise known as living without any sense of humor, you shouldn’t read this book or any of these books in the series.

For the rest of you, I don’t often recommend books but everyone (18+, kids shouldn’t read these books) should read these. I made the mistake of reading while I was eating lunch and almost choked I was laughing so hard and the fact I couldn’t put it down until the last page made the experience even better.


This book goes off the meter with me when it comes to star rating system. Five stars all the way.






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