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Go-Go Girls of the Apocalypse: A Novel
     

Go-Go Girls of the Apocalypse: A Novel

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by Victor Gischler
 

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Mortimer Tate was a recently divorced insurance salesman when he holed up in a cave on top of a mountain in Tennessee and rode out the end of the world. Go-Go Girls of the Apocalypse begins nine years later, when he emerges into a bizarre landscape filled with hollow reminders of an America that no longer exists. The highways are lined with abandoned

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Go-Go Girls of the Apocalypse 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 32 reviews.
TBAYFINN More than 1 year ago
loved it really enjoyed it
Drewano More than 1 year ago
Part post-apocalyptic survival novel, part dark comedy and part western, ‘Go-Go Girls of the Apocalypse” is a fun and exciting ride through a world ravened by war, natural disasters and economic meltdowns. The characters are quirky, unique and likable and overall this was just a fun book.  I highly recommend it for any who likes action and adventure and is looking for a slight change of pace.
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Sunchan More than 1 year ago
Fun, fun, fun! Non-stop thrill ride through a post-apocalyptic landscape.
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funrunner1977 More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved this book! I've read a couple books about post-apocalyptic life (Dies the Fire, The Road) and this one was by far my favorite title of that genre. It doesn't compare to the absolute raw nature of the Road, but that's not what this author was going for. Think about it: A society based on strip clubs/whorehouses and alcohol. It's similar to the old west, but different, because those were just a part of the landscape, not the one shining aspect of life after the distruction of the government, decency and most of humanity. The main character, Mortimer Tate, is flawed and ridiculously unprepared for the hard life of world on the outside of his mountain hideaway where he's stayed for the past nine years in relative peace and quiet. I'm not going into the plot like others have done in their reviews, but the "ultimate quest" that he goes on is also a personal journey, not some far-fetched crusade as others have painted it. Oh, by the way, it's a book. If something extraordinary didn't happen in it, it wouldn't be worth reading.
shadedshadow More than 1 year ago
Very on the edge! A great book full of memorable characters. It has many twists & is just a very easy & good read!
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TffnyNelson More than 1 year ago
This book is a great new perspective on post apocalypse living! I really loved the quirky nature of the story.
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Gischler did an awesome job. The whole book flowed really well. It was entertaining all the way through.
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