It’s the end of the world as you’ve never known it.
Join the Librarian as he does his best to make the post-apocalyptic world a better place by protecting the weak, fighting injustice, squaring off against a group of former renaissance fair workers who have established a kingdom in the Rocky Mountains, and so on. Can one man make a difference in the face of such murderous cannibals and super smart bears? Probably not.
★★★★★ Mad Max meets Monty Python ‘Absolutely hilarious! A great, weird, funny look at life in a Post-Apocalyptic world. Seriously. Why isn’t this a movie or TV series?’
★★★★★ Impossible to put down ‘Wonderfully funny and very addictive. Couldn’t put the book down until it was done
★★★★★ Shut your cakehole and eat your friends!
Disposable in her father’s eyes, Zera must undertake a mission to unlock a tower on the other side of their poisoned kingdom and collect two urgently needed energy cells.
Zera’s only value is that of a biological “key.” Until her father gives her a life or death deadline. She must return before her twenty-first birthday, or he’ll shut down life support to the lower levels of the city, threatening thousands, including friends she can’t bear to lose.
Readers of Ann Aguirre, Veronica Roth and Kass Morgan will love this tale.
★★★★★ OH MY GOSH! I sat riveted as I rapidly read this OUTSTANDING novel from an author that I never heard of before!! …I can’t wait to read the next book!
★★★★★ I liked the uniqueness of the storyline that had enough twists, turns and action to keep you on your toes reading it
★★★★★ This book is a fast-paced action adventure with a difficult, if not impossible mission.
Nukes Ended the world. Now all that’s left is taxes.
No big deal or anything.
Arthur thinks an abacus is art. Rabia carries enough drugs with her to make Hunter S. Thompson nervous. He wants to talk about your deductibles. She is behind you with a knife… They have a wasteland to audit, slaves to be freed, and mad post-apocalyptic warlords to topple. They have the equipment, and more than enough weapons, but can they work as a team to make it happen? In the face of radiation, roving gangs, and starvation, can anyone?
Brazil by way of Mad Max, M.P. Fitzgerald’s The Happy Bureaucracy Series is a bleak and hilarious look at the wheels of a system that keep turning even when nothing else is left.
What Amazon reviewers are saying:
★★★★★- ‘This is absolutely the funniest dystopian novel I have ever read.’
★★★★★- ‘A gonzo action-packed, dark-humored thrill ride that keeps you craving more madness after every page.’
★★★★★- ‘One part Fallout equal parts Mad Max and a pinch of Fear and Loathing with a lot of entertaining dark humor.’