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Stray Bullets Uber Alles Edition Paperback – March 25, 2014
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The story is very Pulp Fiction-esque, where there are numerous plot lines that intersect without many of the key players never meeting face to face. Perhaps one person pisses off a seemingly unknown character in an earlier chapter, but halfway through the book you find out he is actually a buddy of someone else and his bad day causes a chain reaction. Nothing in this book is without consequence. People make rash decisions and often pay dearly for them. Many times it will seem like the bad guy wins at the end of the day. No punches are pulled.
I read through this huge tome in about two days. I could hardly put it down. Once you think you have something figured out, a total 180 would appear at the last page and you just have to continue. Definitely a page turner.
The book is extremely graphic, very rated R. Things found within, but not limited to: murder, drug use, nudity, profanity, necrophilia, underage drinking, implied rape, infidelity. I would not think this book appropriate for any youngsters.
I only have two minor complaints:
1.The binding on this softcover is going to go in a matter of time. Even if I am absolutely gentle with it, the glue will crack eventually. 1000+ pages should really have hardcover binding.
2. The entirety of the book is in black and white, which isn't necessarily a problem, but sometimes it gets hard to differentiate between characters. There are only so many ways to draw a late 30s male Caucasian without them starting to look a like. A little color would have definitely made characters more separate.
Highly highly, recommended. David Lapham is the man.