This book was amusing, irreverent, insightful and outrageous. A quote from page 37 provides insight to the author’s style, “Never attribute anything to conspiracy that can be explained by assholery.” The quote won’t fly on my Amazon review but for my blog, my rules. This is not a book for the faint of heart or those who oppose satirical writing or who are offended by profuse profanity.
New Orleans is the
setting and the people provide stupendous color. Martin Luther Martin is a New
Orleans swamp rat who crawls out of the swamp and changes the
complexion of New Orleans.
Spinrad is a philosophic game changer. His commentary on society and his views all expressed by his diverse characters make one consider the depth of depravity in our elected officials. Ignoring the social commentary, the book is a grossly depicted view of
New Orleans and the outlook of those who
choose to live there.
This was an excellent book that can be read as just an entertaining story about a
in the not to distant future or a treatise on social mores and chicanery.
I enjoyed the book and recommend it to anyone who isn’t easily offended.
This book may have been received free of charge from a publisher or a publicist. That will NEVER have a bearing on my recommendations.