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Clump: An American Splatire Paperback – June 12, 2011
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Once "CLUMP" is finally discovered by the masses, (most probably for it's graphic sexual content), it will doubtless be banned for killing the sacred cow, or rather a whole herd of pretentious, sacred, societal cows, which...(and no offense to cows here), were long overdue for this sort of hilarious butchering. Absolutely nothing is sacred in "CLUMP"; and it's about effin' time!
"Clump", while devilishly insightful, is also a haunting and at times poetic book; telling the story of a mysteriously decapitated, obscenely dancing, insatiable sex machine, who wins the hearts and apparently what little remains of the collective American mind.
"CLUMP" is a page-turner of the first order. I literally couldn't put it down! Why Kurt Vonnegut himself would doubtless wet himself over some of the lacerating lines in this snarly, little book. And it's written by the Barney the Dinosaur writer??!!
Stop...my sides..you're killing me!!!
Just as you go to Costco and buy "kirkland" brand, knowing that they cut a painfully sweet deal with some major firm to undercut their own prices, here you get a novel from one of the world's best-selling authors published under a different name. And it's clearly a story the author wanted to tell.
Yes, I'm saying this story will change your life, and last time I checked I was a relatively high-ranked Amazon reviewer whose reviews make and destroy careers, unlike the chaff produced by the other 2 million-odd monkeys with keyboards and opinions.
There was never a satisfying conclusion to either the Doc Savage or Barney the Dinosaur storylines until now. If you like disturbing sexual imagery, have a dark sense of humor, and generally have a low opinion of humanity, this book will provide you with a real confirmation-bias dopamine surge. Wink wink nudge nudge say...no... more!
Now I'm ready to see Clump the movie!
I can’t remember how many times I muttered “WTF!” while reading this book, followed by that bright light of recognition and appreciation for what the author wants to achieve with it. ‘Clump’ is that magic mirror you encounter in the funhouse, only it reflects back your ugliest, most shameful qualities in their starkest light—and entertaining you as it does so. At its heart is a headless corpse whose strange shenanigans (it refuses to die) becomes many profitable things to many stakeholders—as a virtual source of income for a hospital, as an online viral sensation, and as the vortex which everyone’s greed and selfishness are sucked into. The bottom line: ‘Clump’ is a work of genius, and one that will stay with you even days after reading it.
Enjoy reading ‘Clump’ folks, and be proud of the fact that you’re among the first people who are enjoying what I believe is going to be a literary classic that will astound generations. I can’t recommend it highly enough. Download a copy today—or better, send this as a gift to people you know will appreciate it. Nothing but a solid five-star rating for this one.