War Slut

War Slut

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by Carlton Mellick III
     
 
In a future where everyone in the world has been drafted into the military, there is only one enemy left to fight . . . ourselves.
Five exhausted soldiers are sitting in the middle of a frozen Arctic wasteland, waiting for something to happen. They don't know why they are there or what they are supposed to be doing. Their superior officers have stopped giving them

Overview

In a future where everyone in the world has been drafted into the military, there is only one enemy left to fight . . . ourselves.
Five exhausted soldiers are sitting in the middle of a frozen Arctic wasteland, waiting for something to happen. They don't know why they are there or what they are supposed to be doing. Their superior officers have stopped giving them orders, their food supply is running low, and they are unsure whether or not their enemy actually exists at all. Once they lose their war slut (a transmorphing sex cyborg), the soldiers leave the safety of their camp in order to get it back. Only what they find out in the dark icy landscape is something far beyond what they ever could have imagined.

Part 1984, part Waiting for Godot, and part action horror video game adaptation of John Carpenter's The Thing, WAR SLUT is a fast-paced dystopian tale of the dark and the absurd.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014093507
Publisher:
Eraserhead Press
Publication date:
02/01/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
88
Sales rank:
564,154
File size:
868 KB

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War Slut 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Eric_J_Guignard More than 1 year ago
Great book to read in one sitting, when you just want something crazy and different to free your mind. It's dark bizarro fiction, with soldiers, cyborg slut sex, and fighting for survival in a surreal wasteland. It's quick at 100 pages (large font) and holds your interest at each page. Funny and imaginative, another success for Carlton Mellick III.
Anonymous 10 months ago
This is reeeeesaaaly wierd. And i think im wierd.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Okay
Stevie-Tee More than 1 year ago
This is the fourth CM3 book I’ve read. This one is more on the weird side of things than the bloody and violent. Told through the perspective of a soldier that gets stranded with his troop on their way home after a war, the story unfolds giving us glimpses into the soldier’s dysfunctional lives, by how they relate to the “Warslut”, which is a life form with the ability and duty to morph into whatever sexual desire the soldiers may have, for the purpose of moral. That’s not even the weird part. The weird part is the “new” enemy at large…