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Editorial Reviews

In Kill Crazy, the 10th in Len Levinson’s series The Rat Bastards, actor Ray Porter embodies a full platoon of rough, tough killers fighting dirty across the war-torn landscapes of the South Pacific during WW II.
Porter’s performance is anything but half-hearted. He goes all in for this gritty military adventure, roaring, growling, and barking orders as he tells the story of a ragtag crew of fighters with one thing, at least, in common - in Levinson’s own words, "a lust for blood". His unabashedly animated performance makes Kill Crazy the kind of high-stakes escapist adventure any listener will be hard-pressed to resist.
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Publisher's Summary

The joy of killing...
The enemy’s plotting against them - while they’re tearing at each other’s throats! Malaria could lay them on their backs. Jungle fever threatens to strip their sanity. An army of death marches through bloody war zones looking to tear their guts out. But over the roar of grenades and the swish of Samurai swords you can always hear the spine-curdling battle cry of the guys who kill their way to victory.
©1985 Len Levinson (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Jared on 05-20-17

Probably The Best One Yet

After so many books, despite their brevity, I always get concerned that the quality is going to decline. Fortunately, I felt this was the best one so far. It's tense from beginning to end and highlights all the inter-platoon relationship struggles all while fighting off the enemy.

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