The whole sit com can resolve itself vivisection cross species implants environmental concerns greed revenge the uest or immortal life and so many human conditions and issues are addressed through Bill s lighthearted yet twisted view on the worldI can t New Years Rockin Evil (Futurama Comics forget Arty the guy who severs his limbsor the insurance and sells his body organs or huge profit reduced to just a torso being carted around in a backpack by his biker bud and I will never shake the scrotal imagery evoked by the description of Mr Landis testicles when he gets the third one implanted courtesy of ArtyRead this novel it s unny thought provoking and twisted Highly entertaining escapism I tried but I really couldn t get into this book I didn t ind it comedic or creative I thought the environmentalism stuff was really one sided the book was very predictable and I didn t like the characters at al. Altered primates at a secret site in the piney woods of south central MississippiThere's also an eco terrorist on the loose bent on teaching hard lessons to people who think the Earth and its creatures are theirs to destroy These orces together with ifty thousand extra large chacma baboons collide in an explosion of laughter and wonder that Bill Fitzhugh's growing league of admirers is coming to recognize as his very
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L and severely clich d the language is mostly Perfect Phrases for Lead Generation flat occasionally inspired sure but just as often hackneyed and the brief efforts to comment on the problems of environmentalism are sabotaged by the wacky screenplayeeling of the rest of it This guy I kept thinking has bee This is a book I have read now two or three timesPure comedy with intelligence a thriller of sorts twists and turns megalomania and poignant sorrow laugh out loud moments and the mental imagery is enough to curl any vegan tree hugging bookaholic I LOVE this novelMy second time romp through the pages of this tome had me just as enthralled as the Conversationally Speaking first time experience It appeases the intellect s needor information and cognitive coherence as much as it does the mystery behind the bizarre murders the landfill manager buried in his own soiled dump complete with dirty diaper in his mouth and just how. Self serving talk Not to mention greedy despoiler Jerry Landis a venture capitalist dying of a rare disease that accelerates the aging processLandis cares only about making money and Hoot finding a way to arrest his medical condition That brings him and hisortune to the wild rontier of biotechnology where his people are illegally experimenting with cross species organ transplantation in California while breeding genetically.
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I really liked this story The characters were good and some very silly Arty and the story was interesting It was a good balance of humour and truth about companies only caring about profit and not taking care of the planet Very entertaining although I don t consider it hilarious as some critics doIt provides very real numbers and information based on actual studies to support the idea that the root cause of all problems today pollution hunger disease etc is the overpopulationI wish everyone would read it but those who need it most are those who procreate but those don t have time to read because they have progenies to eed I don t recall who recommended this one I think some Beowulf is my name (Rinehart editions, 146) friendrom Bizarro Central Sorry riend This book is well researched and traverses ertile A Gentleman for Dry Creek (Dry Creek, fertile groundor some kind of story about human weirdness But the characters are two dimensiona. Bill Fitzhugh strikes again Following his widely acclaimed debut novel Pest Control The London Times called it one of the Trail of Evidence (Capitol K-9 Unit funniest most off beat thrillers in years Fitzhugh turns his satirical eye to the merging of medical science and big business with hilarious and outrageous resultsPaul Symon is an environmentalist who's out to make the world a better place but heaces too much disjointed information public apathy and.
Bill Fitzhugh worked at several FM rock radio stations in the 1970s and 1980s Born and raised in Jackson Mississippi he prefers The Band Little Feat and Van Morrison to Led Zeppelin Black Sabbath and Iron Butterfly The author of numerous screenplays and five comic novels he lives in Los Angeles with his wife and his record collection