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  • By LinklerrJones
    Feb 29, 2016
    Crazy, brilliant, and overall shockingly epic tale about two lost souls, Carter and Blueie, who Rome deserts, wastelands and alternate dimensions in order to restore the balance. A true masterpiece.
  • By Far-fatched
    Feb 19, 2016
    I see what you did with Constantinople! perhaps it was like a parody...? I dunno. Okay book, by the way. Could have better story, but still entertainingly odd.
  • By Jamie Turk
    Feb 19, 2016
    Let's analyze this work of blizzard fiction, shall we? Story 6/10: the story itself is weirdly original. It kind of reminds me of a Mecha Anime wrapped in a nutshell full of random craziness and M Night Shyamalan-like plot twists that arrive from absolutely nowhere. The story, for the most part, makes sense. It's about a robot prostitute named Blueie O'rummus who is being escorted by an overlord alien-creature who they named Carter. They're both *agender*, by the way. And so a deadly virus spreads across Earth, turning everyone into a zombie, demon thingy. The book calls them Mecha Spawn. There's this desert part which really drags on, and ultimately goes nowhere. But the rest of the story in great, even if they never properly explain what the "purging grounds" even are. Although the story is WAY too over complicated, with ties that don't ever add up. Writing 10/10: super fast paced, excellently written structure. Gets to the point imminently, which is refreshing for a... More > change. Grammar 9/10: I'm only putting it on here because it's a self published book. And yeah, there are a few common mistakes. Even I tend to do those. So it's forgiven. Characters 10/10: perfectly designed characters. They, alone, make the storyline compelling. They're a little complex, but they'll grow on you greatly. Especially Blue, who goes through some noticeable changes throughout the book. Message 10/10: I won't spoiler it for you. But it's a clever one. Reasons to read: its overall weirdness. And creativity. 4/5 stars - pretty good.< Less
  • By Book-critic
    Feb 19, 2016
    Not a good book. I've easily read worse, but that still doesn't mean this is considerably *good* by any standards. Allow me to recap: I was browsing Lulu and I stumbled across this one. So I read the description and I decided it must have been worth a shot, right? Wrong! It's lazy, boring, counterproductive! The story only makes sense at the very end, and even then not all that much. The science fiction elements are way over complicated, and the side-plots drag on forever. It was almost a total waste of my time. Well, except for the characters, which I actually enjoyed and generally cared about. I like Batiste and Xylia the best. They're well written enough. But the rest of this weird, sexually perverted, robotic love drama tale just confuses and annoys me. It's grammar is okay, well for a self published title. Could be better grammar, but still good for someone's first entry. But as a book itself, I didn't like the story. It was too crazy weird strange, plainly missing my interest.... More > There are plenty better weird books out there, you'll just have to search for them. I instead recommend Gravity's Rainbow or Terry Pratchett books. 2/5 rating, barely mediocre.< Less
  • By WhotoldYou
    Feb 18, 2016
    I've always been a huge fan of crazy stories! And this is no exception. 5/5, great!
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Product Details

First Edition
February 17, 2016
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.71 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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