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Take the All-Mart! (Reprobates of the Wasteland) Paperback – April 13, 2011
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- Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 13, 2011)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 208 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1461075823
- ISBN-13 : 978-1461075820
- Item Weight : 7.8 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.24 x 0.44 x 7.99 inches
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The main characters aren't likeable. They're thieves and conmen. They're sexist, sex-obsessed, buffoons who are perpetually high, or drunk, or both. Their only redeeming quality is that they are not worse. They don't kick puppies, well, not that we know, although one did kick a cat.
They are funny, though, but in a vulgar, base kind of way. They are clowns to be laughed at rather than identified with, and the humor relies on sex, drugs, guns, zombies, and lots of beer. The banter between the characters as they interact with these things can be quite entertaining in a juvenile sort of way.
The setting is imaginative, and there are clever, satirical bits, like the self-expanding mega store used as a weapon that creates zombie associates and shoppers, and the Sisters of No Mercy, nuns who seem to regard sex as a sacrament.
I'm a bit torn about this book. It's quite good for what it is--crude, juvenile humor. It's just that this particular type of comedy has limited appeal to me, personally. I tired of it quickly, but I can recommend it for those who like this kind of thing.
I can't wait to pick up the sequel and jump back into the wound with Trip and his brother.
I knew I was in for a thrill when the novel started with our heroes (Trip and Rudy) being chased by Magnum P.I. obsessed zombies.
Not since Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy have I experienced such imagination, excitement and laughs.
And like all good punk-fiction, there's a ton of truth hidden just under the thin layer of fun.
--RJ Lanning, SFNetcast.com