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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Six: A Tall Titillating Tale by Ron Weinkauf is a smooth amalgamation of humor, science fiction, and adventure that makes this story really entertaining. The narrative is almost lyrical, which gave a new depth to the story. The story begins when our hero comes across some strange half a dozen lights that appeared in front of the Big Dipper. Curious, yet not affected, our hero drives on, thinking nothing of these lights. However, he has no idea that his life and what he thinks of it is going to change forever.
Little by little, the world he knows is changing. He is in outer space and he is on an adventure of a lifetime. Throughout the adventure, he comes across some pretty bizarre creatures and situations that he has no answer for, but he takes everything on like a champ and just rolls with it. When something comes at him like a punch, he either takes the hit or comes back with something stronger and funnier! Join Sonny on his adventures and travel into outer space with him.
Six: A Tall Titillating Tale is just as good as it is bizarre and, if you read this novel, you will know how big a compliment this is. Ron Weinkauf is a superb writer, his writing style has a charm that just lives through his words. The story is funny, intense and witty in all the right places so that the reader is engaged and invested in the story. I loved the flow of the story, it was fast paced and wonderfully described. Six: A Tall Titillating Tale was a joy to read! Humorous and very well written.