Miraculous Fauna

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Miraculous Fauna came out in March 2016 from Los Angeles’ Underground Voices Press. Check out the publisher’s book page here: http://www.undergroundvoices.com/MiraculousFauna.html

Buy a copy at the links below:


Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/miraculous-fauna-timmy-reed/1123694403?ean=9780990433156

Skylight Bookshttp://www.skylightbooks.com/book/9780990433156

Here’s what folks are already saying about it: 

“No one writes like Timmy Reed; he has a haunting, unique voice that sticks hard and fast in your head. Miraculous Fauna is freaky in the very best way. You’ll glide straight through to the tender and enchanting end.” – Jessica Anya Blau, author of The WonderBread Summer and Drinking Closer to Home 

Miraculous Fauna  is nothing less than a miracle of a novel: beautifully strange and richly moving. Timmy Reed continues to create worlds that I long to get lost in, and this novel is no exception. Start reading, and soon you’ll want to get lost in Miraculous Fauna too.” – Laura van den Berg, author of Isle of Youth and Find Me 

“Timmy Reed’s sense of detail and description astounds me and makes me jealous, that he threads so much of that through this Miraculous Fauna is nothing short of, well, miraculous. Baby Rachel is a beautiful monster and the novel is full of great compassion. Miraculous Fauna is one of the most fantastic and one of the most fucked up novels I’ve read in years.” – Michael Kimball, author of Big Ray, Us,and Dear Everybody

Robots will never replicate the imaginative heart and soul in a Timmy Reed creation. Very few authors can make me sincerely say awwww after one sentence, then giggle in the next. The magic in Miraculous Fauna does this within celebrity-culture-infatuated backdrop that takes the reader inside and outside the experience of reality.” – Tracy Dimond, author of Sorry I Wrote So Many Sad Poems Today and I Want Your Tan

“Bobbi is a multidimensional, finely drawn character; the plot surrounding her years of road-tripping with Rachel is compelling; and the themes present throughout the novel are affecting and thought-provoking, clearly stated without sinking into heavy-handedness.” – Miranda Fisher, Fields Magazine

“And in Miraculous Fauna, Timmy Reed has given us a parable of our zombified lives.”

– Michael Tager, JMWW