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The Last Bad Job

Posted on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 | No Comments

It's a hell of an assignment: Five months on a New Mexico desert compound to cover what could be the next Jonestown. For one reporter, it could be a career-maker. But when a cult member close to him drowns herself, he flees, setting unimaginable events into motion. The late Norman Mailer touted The Last Bad Job as showing "something that very few writers have; a species of inner talent that owes very little to other people." "No one has done the Apocalypse better! From the opening scene to the final shocking line, this book is full of gruesome twists, profound insights, and absolutely brilliant writing. Definitely one of the best books I've read in the past ten years." -Boston Literary Magazine "The Last Bad Job is a fantastical trip... I absolutely loved it in a weird crazy way... the characters are what really pulled me into this book... a very realistic post-alcoholic breakdown journalist who is also very introspective and likable all at once... The writing is flawless and the irony of the story is just absolutely fabulous." -Kathy LaMee, Tracyriva.com "The Last Bad Job is a dark, weird apocalyptic trip with profanity, paranoia, and comedy-a beautiful elemental mix... I loved this book for many reasons: the detached but paranoid tone, the comedy and strong voice, the unpredictable turns and switchbacks, and the gonzo-style narrative." -Marissa van Uden, marissavu.com

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