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Brothers. Cyborgs. Con-men. Idiots.

Roaring into the post-apocalyptic Wasteland on the run from a jilted warlord queen in a mind-controlled Dodge Swinger, cyborg brothers Trip and Rudy take on a suicide mission, plunging headlong into a world-devouring, sentient department store swarming with nanomachine-infested zombies, to rescue the ...
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Overview

Brothers. Cyborgs. Con-men. Idiots.

Roaring into the post-apocalyptic Wasteland on the run from a jilted warlord queen in a mind-controlled Dodge Swinger, cyborg brothers Trip and Rudy take on a suicide mission, plunging headlong into a world-devouring, sentient department store swarming with nanomachine-infested zombies, to rescue the daughter of a king--all for the love of an orgy-loving cyber-nun. And for the reward.

Okay, mostly for the reward.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016702704
  • Publisher: Chaotic Neutral Books
  • Publication date: 5/16/2013
  • Series: Reprobates of the Wasteland, #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 206
  • File size: 164 KB

Meet the Author

James Ivan Greco is many things: Writer, doodler, gentleman reprobate, aspiring curmudgeon, uncompromisingly corruptible, friend to scientist-adventurer and adventurer-scientist alike, intermittently dependable, and off-puttingly awkward in most social situations. He writes hunkered deep underground in a psychic-proof bunker while his wife, son, and indentured cats blithely frolic on the surface above in the future post-apocalyptic wasteland that is southwestern Ohio.

He blogs at eviluniverse.com, tweets at @JIGreco, and sings in his car.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 23, 2012

    The story starts out with Trip and Rudy on the run from the WOLF

    The story starts out with Trip and Rudy on the run from the WOLFpack. Basically a gang that is wired into their leader that is sitting in the back seat of the Wound, Trip and Rudy’s vehicle. The plan to run into an All-Mart, a giant store/factory that is continually growing, claims everything in its way, and turns people to zombies. After negotiating with the WOLFpack, they are off on their next adventure.

    They decide to go to Shunk. There they find that the main commodity is beer and the locals seem way to honest and friendly. They share everything and don’t even have a bank, just a vault in the beer factory. This looks like the easiest heist that Trip and Rudy have done in a while. But Trip runs into Roxanne, a nun of the No Mercy Order. This delays the heist then they run into complications.

    Roxanne ends up running late for the worshipping of the All-Mart! after her night with Trip. The other girls of No Mercy don’t really believe in worshipping the All-Mart! but the mother superior does so they are all out. But something goes wrong and they are all sucked into the All-Mart! Trip steps up and volunteers to save them and get out of being hung for the heist.

    This was an interesting read. I admit that when I first started reading it I was wondering if I should continue. This is an interesting story with jacks where people can plug into vehicles, free beer that is more plentiful than water, nuns that practice sex and drug use, a giant super store that takes control of other super stores, and everything in between.

    It was a quick read and kept me entertained enough to finish it. But I admit that it is not one of the books I generally read and can’t really recommend this. It wasn’t a horrible story but not one that is really worth wasting any time on.

    I received this book for free from Book Rooster in exchange for an honest opinion.

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  • Posted September 2, 2011

    Comedic horror is hard to do, but Greco does it.

    This book is a rip roaring ride of good fun from beginning to end. Greco is sort of my new favorite author to stalk. So far I haven't read anything of his that I didn't like.

    Comedic horror is so hard to do, but Greco does it well and with a flair for cultural puns and hilarious references that tickles my smirk.

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  • Posted May 10, 2011

    more from this reviewer

    Where Mad Maxx

    meets Johnnie Mnemonic meets Idiocracy! I'm not quite sure how to describe it other than it's hella fun to read. I for once agree totally with the author's description - a post-apocalyptic, pre-singularity, science fiction, buddy comedy, road trip adventure!

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