Mad Scientist Meets Cannibal

  • by Robert Jeschonek
  • Narrated by April Grace Lowe, Craig Jessen
  • 2 hrs and 48 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Welcome to the world of Mad Scientist Meets Cannibal. Where else can you come face to face with a giant rhinoporcupine? Dream the future in a jazz tune from Hell? Hunt down outlaws who commit the crime of love? Eat a walking, talkinghuman feast? Find passion behind the labcoat of a smoking hot mad scientist?
In these pages, RobertT. Jeschonek will take you on a tour of the wildest places and people you've never imagined. You've never met anyone quite like Dr. Hildegarde Medici, the mad scientist worshipped from a far by her twisted assistant, Glugor...or the Genebillies of Best Virginia, rip-snortin' genetic engineers in the moonshiner tradition...or Manny the Ration, an edible man who feeds more than empty stomachs in an alien landscape gone berserk.
If you're looking for something mind-blowing, you've come to the right place. In Mad Scientist Meets Cannibal, gonzo fictioneer Robert T. Jeschonek sets his wild imagination loose in five free-for-alls that set a new standard for storytelling. It's all about a cutting edge mêlée style, an in-your-face storytelling for the 21stcentury that mashes up genres, tones, expectations, and the most fundamental rules of stories and language. At the core of this engine of big ideas, startling imagery, and unexpected connections, you'll always find a pounding heart of love and longing and wonder, its power amplified by the revolutionary matrix roaring around it.
Take your first step into this breakthrough literary mêlée and experience a convergence of science fiction and fantasy...thrills and theories...tears and laughter...truth and lies...insanity and enlightenment. Ask yourself "What if?" and "Why not?" and "What the hell was that?" Most of all, kiss your preconceptions goodbye.

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-01-2012
  • Publisher: Robert T. Jeschonek