Author Interview with Brian Kindall at Austin Liti Limits
is now an audiobook!
Coming out April 7, 2023
Narrated by the talented
Chip Davis (www.chipdavis.net)
who perfectly vivifies that
audiobooks are sold.
"It would not be an exaggeration to say that Brian Kindall is a genius of sorts."- M of OhJustBooks
"Author Kindall has a magical way with words. His prose has a visionary quality; he truly shows while he tells this story."- Bookish Jen, TheBookSelfBlog
"A remarkable and sui generis historical novel." - Editor's Choice at Historical Novel Society
"I don't think I've ever read a book quite like this... It's well-written, surreal, evocative, whimsical, and lovely."- M of Oh Just Books
"Brian Kindall has the ability to both amuse and appall in this hilarious, heartbreaking and irreverent novel – a rare talent..." - Kat Kennedy, Amazon customer review
"...captivating, darkly comic..." - Blue Ink Review, Starred Review
"...Kindall has delivered another spectacular examination of the American psyche, a mindscape pullulating with religious fervor and sinful desire, but one at its very core is absurdly comic. Great stuff."- Michael Hartnett, author of The Blue Rat
"The writing is exceptional..."- The Historical Novel Society
A postmodernist homage to the men's adventure fiction of the 1950s.
"...Kindall does something wholly unexpected, and does so in a way that makes the book fall into sharp focus and allows Kindall to deliver a moral without ever moralizing..." - Josh Mauthe, Umney's Alley
BOOK REVIEWS by Brian Kindall
To Squeeze a Prairie Dog by Scott Semegran
Toward the end of Scott Semegran’s humorous and highly enjoyable novel, To Squeeze a Prairie Dog, the character J.D. is walking through a cemetery reading the epitaphs on every headstone he sees. “All of these people must have lived fascinating lives,” he decides.
About BRIAN KINDALL
Brian Kindall is an author living in the mountains of Central Idaho, a world with long winters perfectly designed for holing up and writing novels. His books range in diversity from classically evergreen middle-grade novels - Blue Sky, Pearl, and Sparrow - to the ongoing adult fiction series, The Epic of Didier Rain novels, Delivering Virtue and Fortuna and the Scapegrace, to his most recent publication, Escape from Oblivia – One man’s midlife crisis gone primal. His accolades include starred reviews at BlueInk and Foreword Reviews, finalist for ForeWord Reviews literary novel of the year award (Delivering Virtue), A Seal of Excellence awarded by Awesome Indies (Delivering Virtue), and Editor’s Choice at the Historical Novel Society (Delivering Virtue). Twisted humor is a given in Brian’s work, as those long winters mentioned earlier tend to drive a writer slightly mad.