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Reviewed by Sefina Hawke for Readers' Favorite
Meat The Family by Nick Coronis is based on the book Meat My Uncle by Erez Yehoshua Bailen. This book is a science fiction novel that would appeal most to a mixed audience of mature young adults and adults who enjoy science fiction with elements of dark comedy, and who do not mind adult language, sexual innuendo, and violence. This book tells the dark comedic story of James Jones’s past, his family life, and the events that made him who he was. James Jones grew up with a bisexual mother whose name was Jake, and a father who had very odd ideas. While his mother and his father are the people who raised him, James often wonders if they are actually his parents as he looks nothing like them.
Meat The Family by Nick Coronis was an interesting book as it is unique in its genre. The book is written in a mixed writing style that combines elements of script writing, screenplays, poetry, and dialogue. The book is broken into short stanzas like a poem, but reads like a mix between a script and a screenplay. The first time I read it I had some difficulty understanding everything; however, once I got to the end of the book I found the author’s chapter summaries that allowed me to get a better understanding of what was going on. I then reread the book and I enjoyed being able to have some “Aha” moments. Overall, while I was a bit confused on my first read through, I still enjoyed the book and the humor in it!