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Publisher's Summary

A devastated post-apocalyptic wasteland...a gang of hover-board-riding, cannibalistic bounty hunters...a zombie-filled, world-devouring, sentient department store...and two idiot cyborgs in a 200-year-old mind-controlled Dodge Swinger running from a jilted warlord queen and willing to take it all on for the love of an orgy-loving cyber-nun...and for a reward.... Okay, mostly for the reward.
©2011 J.I.Greco (P)2012 J.I.Greco
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5 out of 5 stars
By Austin C. Beeman on 12-13-12

Sexy, Funny, Stupid, Violent, and Kinda Wonderful

If William Gibson, Kevin Smith, and Quentin Tarantino had sex in the back of Jack Kerouac's car - this book would be the baby.

Mind-controlled cars. Drugged up anti-heroes with lots of hilarious wise-cracking. An all-devouring MegaStore that turns it's customer's into zombies. And lots of beer and lust and other stuff.

Until we get a movie version, this audiobook is a great substitute.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Michelle on 05-09-15

Unlikely heroes, unusual zombies.

Futuristic technology in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Reprobates as heroes. Zombies who do not want to eat you, but to feed you junk food. A supermarket composed of self-replicating nanno-machines gone rogue, and filled with zombie shoppers. Women who treat it as a god. All of these combine to make for a fast-paced, delightful tale.

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