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A Hilarious, Thrilling, Violent And Weird Hitchhiker S Guide To The Galaxy For The St Century Schneider Wrack Was Never A Dissident He Doesn T Think But He S Been Convicted As A Dissident, And In The Ancient City Of Lipos Tholos, At The Heart Of The Star Spanning Lemniscatus, The Sentence For Sedition Is Death Death, And Then Reanimation, Shipped Out To Vast Whaling Ships On The Terrible World Of Ocean, To Work Until You Fall Apart Or Something Gets You And Now Schneider Has Woken Up, Trapped In Rotting Limbs And A Fading Brain, Arm Deep In The Fat And Stinking Meat Of A Colossus, And He S Not Happy From Its Unsteady Start In The Stench And Brine Of Ocean To Its Perilous Quest Through The Jungle World Of Grand , Schneider S Revolution Will Never Be Particularly Fun Or Easy, But Sometimes A Zombie S Gotta Do What A Zombie S Gotta Do It S Time To Bring Hell To The City The Death and Life of Schneider Wrack


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8 thoughts on “The Death and Life of Schneider Wrack

  1. says:

    From the first starkly realised moments on a zombie manned interplanetary hunting vessel you know you are in for a good read Gruesome and hellish but with some humour to relieve things, just the boat story would have been great in itself.But, what isn t apparent from the book blurbs,is that this story rapidly expands into a changing the course of the world epicness with our hero and his zombie friends at the forefront.A


  2. says:

    First, a few practical warnings This is a very good book unless you are suffering from a hangover or feeling nauseous in any way, and then it is awful Because of all the loving descriptions of putrescence Spoiler there are many rotting sea creatures.To anyone wondering Does this contain material than The Sea Hates A Coward , the single novella about the eponymous Wrack yes, yes it does there s a second longer novel bolted


  3. says:

    I like zombie books Normally they involve evading or fighting the massed hoards of the dead rather than the other way round, but its nice to see it from the other person s corpses point of view.I wont go into the plot, that has already been done by other reviewers, but the book comes over as so much better than it deserves to be as a book that I bought for less than a pound yes, I know that s just me being judgmental about th


  4. says:

    Did not expect this to be as good as it was The premise holds wonderfully even as the story veers rapidly away from what I thought it would be Read it all in a few days as just so much is packed in here It s pretty gory throughout unsurprising when you re dealing with the undead but even so there s than you d expect.


  5. says:

    I never read zombie books, never This one was great An adventure with a hero, a strange friendship, a proper villain, it had everything including the whole joke of it being a zombie book And it s a stand alone book, although the ending does lead me to wonder what might happen next.


  6. says:

    Best thought of as a sprawling all action popcorn movie A bit relentlessly turbo grim and the characters aren t the deepest, but it s a fun ride through big budget setpieces and some great bombastic imagery.


  7. says:

    I loved reading this Crowley s work has flashes of Pratchett at his best, thick with humour, invention and compassion Looking forward to reading of his stuff.


  8. says:

    When I started reading this I nearly stopped as I found it a chore, this soon changed and by the end of the book I m avidly waiting the sequel


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