Futuristic violence and fancy suits

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Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits by David Wong

Nightmarish villains with superhuman enhancements.

An all-seeing social network that tracks your every move.

Mysterious, smooth-talking power players who lurk behind the scenes.

A young woman from the trailer park.

And her very smelly cat.

Together, they will decide the future of mankind.


Get ready for a world in which anyone can have the powers of a god or the fame of a pop star, in which human achievement soars to new heights while its depravity plunges to the blackest depths. A world in which at least one cat smells like a seafood shops dumpster on a hot summer day.

This is the world in which Zoey Ashe finds herself, navigating a futuristic city in which one can find elements of the fantastic, nightmarish and ridiculous on any street corner. Her only trusted advisor is the aforementioned cat, but even in the future, cats cannot give advice. At least not any that youd want to follow.

Will Zoey figure it all out in time? Or maybe the better question is, will you? After all, the future is coming sooner than you think.
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Book Review: Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits

Once I was in there, there was no way out and the thing just would not stop trying to tear my nuts loose. It was all I could do to partially protect myself while howling for help. I am being perfectly literal here: that book tried to eat my testicles.
David Wong

Book review: 'Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits'

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Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits is not for everyone. So for those people, it is the perfect book. You could throw in some Christopher Moore as well. He has his finger on the pulse of popular culture, current trends, and how quickly both can become absurd and take civilization to places that it should not go. Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits is the story of Zoey Ashe, a barista, trailer park denizen, and all around slacker who really has no one in her life other than her stripper mom and cat named Stench Machine. It is also a tell-tale sign that this novel is not going to be a straight up scifi novel that takes itself very seriously. After a day of preparing to get her butt off the couch to go to work, then trying to get her cat down off the roof of her trailer even though the cat left the roof a long while before, Zoey suddenly finds herself the target of a multimillion dollar bounty.

Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits

Get ready for a world in which anyone can have the powers of a god or the fame of a pop star, in which human achievement soars to new heights while its depravity plunges to the blackest depths. A world in which at least one cat smells like a seafood shop's dumpster on a hot summer day. This is the world in which Zoey Ashe finds herself, navigating a futuristic city in which one can find elements of the fantastic, nightmarish and ridiculous on any street corner.

With those first novels, Wong the pen name of Cracked. His characters were as memorable as they were implausible, even if his tales were longer on imagery than they were on plot. It's cyberpunk for a new generation. The book centers on Zoey Ashe, a something barista who lives with her mother and a cat named Stench Machine in a run-down trailer park. She knows little about her father, except that he abandoned her pregnant mother, tried to win Zoey's affection years before with a ridiculously luxurious car that she turned down and is something of a crook. Zoey is a likable young woman: headstrong, independent and plainspoken.

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