"Divine Misfortune reads like a mash-up of Neil Gaiman, Monty Python, and a sugar-bombed nine-year old."―Locus
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Everything Martinez writes is hilarious and brilliant. This is a crazy story about the Warlord of Earth and his personal struggles with time travel. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Waycoldness907
My whole family listened to this book on a road trip, and it was entertaining and fun.Published 2 months ago by Dorsner
Like most of Martinez's books this throws you into the thick of it and won't let up till the end. The writing style lends itself to wanting more with the end if every chapter. Read morePublished 3 months ago by doughnutbro
This is a fun read in the classic space opera theme. Don't come to the book expecting a deep morality play, but some of the most fun space opera I have read in an excruciatingly... Read morePublished 3 months ago by adam j mccormack
Great reader. It's a funny book that I'd recommend to anyone who has read any of A. Lee's other books, or anybody looking for a light hearted quirky story unlike much of what is... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ray
A fairly entertaining and humorous book. Interesting points of view on the entertainment industry.Published 5 months ago by Wesley G Brodsky
Emperor Mollusk has a great concept and excellent writing, but the conclusion fell flat and seemed uninspired.
I would place this in the bottom three of A. Read more