The Rats of New York City [NOOK Book]

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They say there are more rats in New York City than people. What they don't tell you... is those are just the scouts.

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The Rats of New York City

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Overview

They say there are more rats in New York City than people. What they don't tell you... is those are just the scouts.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044643437
  • Publisher: Mitchell Mendlow
  • Publication date: 7/8/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 180,388
  • File size: 75 KB

Meet the Author

Mitchell Mendlow is the writing duo of Zack Mitchell and Danny Mendlow, co-authors of the newly released, free, Science Fiction Satire Novel "Greegs and Ladders." While specializing in Science Fiction and Satire realms, the two writers will also delve into more serious realms and other genres. Sometimes writing separately and sometimes collaboratively, the two plan to unleash a steady stream of short stories on this website to help build a readership for 'Greegs' and many more future scribblings.As two of the main writers for the comedy website toofar.tv, and tracing back to 6th grade with their stage-play "Jack Nicholson and The Spleenstalk," Mitchell and Mendlow have been writing together for years, with complimentary styles and always unpredictable and unique outcomes.Danny Mendlow is a stand-up comedian and award winning screenwriter who's writing has been published regularly on the news and information website "Collapsenet" - Founded by the legendary Michael Ruppert of the documentary "Collapse." He currently contributes to the satire website 'Riotwire' and used to blog until he found it much more fun to write stories with Zack.Zack Mitchell began writing stories at a young age through crudely drawn science-fiction comics, detective mysteries and comedy sketches. He may be one of the world's greatest, most natural, unsung wordsmiths, churning out top notch, innovative prose with a highly unique voice.
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  • Posted July 30, 2013

    This is an amusing little story of how the Rats in New York orga

    This is an amusing little story of how the Rats in New York organise themselves in preparation for the annihilation of the Human population and take over of New York City.

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