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American Bastards

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American Bastards is not an acid novel, although some characters occasionally do take acid. It is not a fairy tale, but it might, at times, seem magical. It is not a science fiction story, despite taking place in another world. The world is Americana and it features a panel of dead rock stars trying to save the world, a booze hound Tom Sawyer, a hitchhiking Uncle Sam ...more
Paperback, 316 pages
Published February 3rd 2011 by Inkwater Press
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Jul 11, 2011 Madeline Burke rated it it was amazing
American Bastards is not an acid novel - although some characters occasionally do take acid. It is not a fairy tale - but it might, at times, seem magical. It is not a science fiction story - despite taking place in another world. The world is Americana, and it features a panel of dead rock stars trying to save the world, a booze hound Tom Sawyer, a hitchhiking Uncle Sam heading to Hollywood with stars in his eyes, a love story with a prostitute, fortune tellers, gypsy-punk circus performers, ...more
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