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10 A Boot Stomping 20 A Human Face 30 Goto 10
     

10 A Boot Stomping 20 A Human Face 30 Goto 10

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by Jess Gulbranson
 
One minute you've got a quiet life.

No friends except those in your record collection. Free from technological slavery. Just pizza for dinner and a job you love at the local record store...

Funny how things spiral out of control...

Next thing you know you're embroiled in some poorly thought out conspiracy. Cavorting with shady government officials, scientists

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One minute you've got a quiet life.

No friends except those in your record collection. Free from technological slavery. Just pizza for dinner and a job you love at the local record store...

Funny how things spiral out of control...

Next thing you know you're embroiled in some poorly thought out conspiracy. Cavorting with shady government officials, scientists and recently ressurrected music legends. A cog in a baffling plot that keeps getting stranger by the minute.

Getting shot at, kidnapped, trailed by possible alien-human hybrids. Forced to endure not only potentially dangerous scientific experiments but also the crackpot philosophical musings of possible agent/probable nutcase Jones. A man on a mission that could lead to complete knowledge... or the complete destruction of the world.

And all because you did a little accidental necromancy on your way home from work.

Funny how things spiral out of control...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780980593846
Publisher:
Legume Man Books
Publication date:
04/16/2010
Pages:
162
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.37(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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10 a Boot Stomping 20 a Human Face 30 Goto 10 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Bradley_S More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book. I read it long ago, so I will resort to making comparisons. It's sort of like if Philip K. Dick wrote a novel with the protagonist of Nick Hornby's High Fidelity. It's an earth-based science fiction novel with paranormal elements that are explained in a science fiction-y way. The protagonist is able to contact the dead and the book features the ghosts of a few different rock stars. Unsurprisingly, Ian Curtis is not a happy ghost. The way the protagonist contacts the dead is to bring them around by destroying one of their valued possessions from when they were alive. And this leads to my favorite moment of the book, when (SPOILER ALERT!) the characters blow up Elvis Presley's Graceland.