Kenny G Must Die!!: A Satire about Music... and Zombies

Kenny G Must Die!!: A Satire about Music... and Zombies

by William Hrdina
     
 

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What do you do if a co-worker won't stop listening to Kenny G all day?
If you're Aliester Crewley, you do the obvious thing: You raise John Coltrane as a zombie to kill him. But what if Kenny G won't stay dead?
And worse, what if all of this mystical meddling accidentally starts the apocalypse? One thing is for sure, it'll take more than the help of Keith…  See more details below

Overview

What do you do if a co-worker won't stop listening to Kenny G all day?
If you're Aliester Crewley, you do the obvious thing: You raise John Coltrane as a zombie to kill him. But what if Kenny G won't stay dead?
And worse, what if all of this mystical meddling accidentally starts the apocalypse? One thing is for sure, it'll take more than the help of Keith Richards (the most powerful magician on earth) to stop Britanny Spears and her army of flying monkeys from turning earth into a pile of rubble.
Don't be fooled into thinking Kenny G Must Die!! is just a funny bit of satire. It could, in fact, be a brilliantly disguised piece of prophecy. Think about it- how can music that bad be so popular?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781480230637
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
11/03/2012
Pages:
184
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.39(d)

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Meet the Author

Since William Hrdina started writing in college in 1998, he has completed 17 novels and over 100 short stories and the list is growing all of the time. His work is available in paper, audio, and eBook format and his short stories have been heard on PBS. A midwestern kid from Chicago, William got a philosophy and religion degree from Indiana University after 8 years of college. He only left because they weren't going to give him any more tuition money. His highly practical pair of degrees in hand, William went into work in an ICU at the University of Chicago (where else?) and ended up as the technical specialist working with medical simulation robots. It was fun, but in October 2012, William quit to work on a writing career that is currently ongoing.

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