- Paperback: 304 pages
- Publisher: Titan Books (September 22, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1783297352
- ISBN-13: 978-1783297351
- Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 0.8 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 28 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,047,410 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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“Victor Gischler’s Gestapo Mars is the literary equivalent of filet mignon with a side of fries and a cold, cold beer. Hyperviolent, oversexed, full of crazy ideas, packed with action, and delivered at breakneck speed, Gestapo Mars brings together the best of what sci-fi pulp has to offer and then sprinkles enough smart ideas and humor on top to make it the kind of book even those who think they’ll hate it should read.” - HorrorTalk
“Will no doubt please those readers hoping for a space-futuristic story that sharply veers from the norm” - Popwrapped
"Gestapo Mars will light your fire in ways other space operas won’t. It wears its inspirations well: Buck Rogers (obviously), Barbarella, and the climax is straight out of Star Wars: A New Hope, complete with gelatinous aliens, the Coriandons – the spanner in the Nazi works" - Project Fandom
"crazy, sexy, and action-packed." - Bookgasm
"These are the very adult adventures of an irreverent action anti-hero whose derring-do will keep you in stitches." - Count Gore
"Gestapo Mars knows what you’ve come for, striking its targets with a laser beam right through the bullseye. Gratuitous sex? Check. Muscle-bound, gun-toting ultra-violence? Check. Nazis using their mega-ship to fire a broadside at a fleet of invading snot-aliens? Check. Outlandish fun from start to finish."--Nudge BookGeek
"Sci-fi yarns don't get much wackier." - Publishers Weekly
“The action is fast, furious and irreverent...sanity has left the building” - Sanford Allen
"A non stop (and fast) romp of action, sex, and funny parody, set in a galaxy that is completely mis-managed by its goose stepping government." - Atomic Moo
About the Author
VICTOR GISCHLER is the master of the outrageous action-packed novel. Previous works include his violent, witty, sleazy debut "Gun Monkeys" (Edgar Award First Novel finalist), the over-the-top hitman novel "Shotgun Opera "(Anthony Award nominee), the post-apocalyptic "Go-Go Girls of the Apocalypse," the action-packed gothic romp "Vampire a Go-Go," and the darkly humorous noir novel "The Deputy." For comics Gischler created the maniac Deadpool Corps for Marvel Comics (featuring the character slated for a major motion picture), spent two years writing X-Men, and is writing season ten of Angel & Faith in Joss Whedon's Buffy the Vampire Slayer universe, as well as the Titan Comics Grindhouse-style series Sally of the Wasteland.
Victor Gischler was born in Sanford, Florida. He is a world traveler and earned his Ph.D. in English from the University of Southern Mississippi. He received The Black Corsair Award for adventure literature and was nominated for both an Anthony Award and an Edgar Award for his mystery writing. A stay-at-home writer and father, he currently lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with his college professor wife and their son, and would grill every meal if his wife would let him.
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It's a rip roaring, satirical, fun romp. It really needs to be read to be understood. It's not for everyone, but it's for people like me, and that's enough. My sense of humor has always been a bit left of center anyway. If you want something offbeat, I highly recommend this one.
This is an honest 3 star review. I don't regret buying the book at all, it is an enjoyable space opera romp. I was probably a little surprised by the slightly explicit (more R15 than R 18) sexual conquests, but they were in keeping with the spirit of the book - genetically engineered super Nazi assassin hired to work in failing planet. Bit of a mash up of Harry Harrison and Larry Correia, and none the worse for it.
Does the job, is fun. It is quite well written, and certainly keeps the (kindle in my case) pages turning.
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