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Got here 4 days faster than estimated, very excited to read this. Had to dock a star because THIS IS NOT THE COVER I RECIEVED. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Jack L
I liked the first of the Sandman Slim series, but loved this one. Totally epic, over the top, sarcastic as hell Good Fun.
Brain Candy that's good for the soul.
I was afraid I wasn't going to like this book as much as the first, but Stark actually develops and grows, and the writing is even more pointed and witty.Published 2 months ago by Paul ACCIAVATTI
Great sequel to Sandman Slim! Kadrey keeps the storyline fresh and moving. Great book! Can't wait for the next book!Published 3 months ago by Brian Brooks
Kick ass story and the author writes in a "I don't give a $%!T" style that keeps it very interesting. Read morePublished 3 months ago by David
Captivating until the end. Never really sure who to root for.Published 4 months ago by Martin Boler
Richard Kadrey is my new favorite thing. I like him better than soup, better than tamales and Jack. Sandman Slim kicks 666 kinds of ass.Published 5 months ago by T-Rof007
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|Kindle Price? $3.00 More Than Paperback?||
Did you notice the release date of the mass market? July 26, 2011. There is enough legitimate debate, without the need for misinformation.
Oct 18, 2010 by R. Mitchell | See all 4 posts
|Looking for "noir" F/SF||
Give Ameican Gods a try. Neil Gaiman. Not so much noir, but a Sandman Slim fan will like.
Sep 17, 2010 by jay mendel | See all 4 posts