· 100LICK
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About this ebook

11 characters. 11 lives, connected by a single object, at the mercy of a dark, unforgiving, dystopian world. An epic bittersweet tale of growth, love and loss. Welcome, to TEDESKIMMA.


If Lord Of The Flies, The Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants, and beloved children’s classic Knuffle Bunny were tossed in a literary blender, the result might read like TEDESKIMMA by 100 LICK. - IndieReader

Warning: This book contains some mature content. Therefore:

Humans who are not yet legally adults: Scram, you little twerps. Come back when you are older or when you have your legal guardian's permission to read this book

Humans who are legally adults: You may proceed. Welcome, to TEDESKIMMA

Everything else: Follow the above rules that apply to humans after adapting them to your respective legal standards.

1 review
Howard Buckler (Ward)
July 12, 2020
A bizarre distopian tale of children coping the best they can This was a strange read. It takes a while to grasp the story line. The SKIMMA is a stuffed animal that passes through many children's hands. The various children love it and confide their hopes and dreams to it. They have trials and adventures in the process of growing up and becoming adults in a harsh and often horrible world. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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About the author

100LICK is a unique brand, unlike any other. It is also the pseudonym I choose to write under.

100LICK is also a puzzle, one that you must solve. Within its logo lie the clues that will lead you to the answer.

As for who I am... Well, that shall remain a mystery for now.

Why? You ask.

Why not? I answer.

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