Anthology of Etiquette and Terrifying Angels with Many Heads
stunning conclusion, the end of angels’ times.
Picard makes pitch for people. This defends people against the often
troublesome aspects of life. A long history goes into this story, from the
early American settler period, way before they had internet or knew how to ford
rivers. One angel wants a factory built. Guess this is from the Gilded Age of
Industrialization, the 1920s, or now, the wealth distribution is the same
either way. Ruba is terrified of this angel. If an angel wants somebody, that
somebody needs to give themselves up. Guess this is what is supposed to happen.
Shipiro regales the tale of a professional heckler. People who have witnessed
hecklers firsthand often refer to them as ‘that asshole’ or ‘that guy’.
Generally speaking hecklers contribute little to America’s economy, like this unemployed
Goodrich describes the plight of Drew. Poor Drew has to handle particularly
troublesome livestock. The guy is away from home for too long. Animals just
stare at him blankly, all naked, dirty, and in the image of man. While he’s all
busy getting promoted he has to deal with these lovers doing it on his bed.
Family is such a strange concept but then again this is a story about proper
etiquette. Chipmunks freak out with all these afternoon drunken parties with
guns. America lives this way messing with angels.
Johnson explains the method of how to greet a nine-headed angel. This is good.
None of the other stories have specified the greeting of multi-headed angels. Here
Mason really cares about the heads. Angels appreciate the concern. By showing
love for the angels it is an easier path into heaven. People use angels as
references all the time.
Bradley’s character meets the many heads of angels. They can be anyone. What
mission Stephan does is left private. All that is determined is he needs a
wingman, somebody to become his backup. Hopefully he succeeds so long as his
imagination doesn’t take over. It is always a messy thing when that happens.
Kloss creates the most uneasy story ever. This is a gruesome sick story. Nobody
should read this before eating. Everything wrong, vile, and unspeakable is put
into this story. It is wrong, so very wrong yet utterly engrossing in its
Sparks sits next to an angel. She explains one does not simply speak to an
angel. They must talk first. Only once they have imparted wisdom upon the
stupid creatures known as humans can humans even begin to fathom their
Shaheen hangs out at camp. Lots of nothing happens. This is war. What war means
in the modern era is a new Burger King according to the speaker. Media is
consumed half-heartedly as it is the same media over and over again. Repetition
is part of this life, as clouds hang low, curious but non-committal.
Lamb describes Mary. Angels are all over her house. People hand her all these
angels. None of them do anything. Every one of Mary’s friends has a child. Yet
Mary remains childless. This is an incredibly dark, heavy story with angels
shouting and wine consumed. It is a genuine party of biblical proportions.
Dutschmann eats dead people. This is why one needs to be afraid of Jess. One
job as a caretaker and now everybody has these moving around angel zombie
things to handle. Scientists don’t stand a chance.
Oelbaum tells the lives of fourth graders. Children can be so cruel. Apparently
these children also enjoy consuming unhealthy amounts of culture. They also
enjoy describing things as cosmopolitan.
Jameson discusses the problems with being an angel. Kindness can hurt after a
while. Once they have given so much and realize they have to continue giving
they simply stop. No longer do they maintain an online presence, they hide in
beds and watch their lives slowly rot away.
Olu invites angels over for dinner. In angel eyes one can see friends and
relatives who have passed away. Angel eyes are the windows to the afterlife.
Patton gives instructions on how to summon angels. Thankfully there are little
in the way of supplies one needs in order to bring out the angels. God’s
favorite understudies apparently need little besides a thing of intense and a
cool looking stone. Man, angels have really lowered their standards from the
Old Testament human sacrifice stuff.
heavens explode in a fury of righteous anger at the expose these writers have
performed. Indeed this may be the most biblical series NAP, or alt lit in
general, has ever pursued. Will this be the end of ‘in the biblical sense’ alt
lit? Is this the alt lit version of bible studies? Only time and angels come
down from heaven can determine it.