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Perfect Me

liked it 3.00  ·  Rating Details  ·  15 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Funny Sci-Fi in the Douglas Adams/Hitchhiker's Guide vein.

Prail has a very boring job, maintaining the trajectories of the three suns that orbit Earth Two. President Gorlax has a boring job, ruling the ultraviolent planet Gortician. Vnew Vreal has a boring job as his press secretary. AngVenn has a boring job publishing press releases. Amazingly, their story is far from bor
Kindle Edition, 186 pages
Published 2011
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Midu Hadi
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Perfect Me (Perfection Labs Volume 1) by Jason Z Christie
November 27, 2011
186 pages
June 18, 2013 edition

I loved this book ! Took me a chapter or two to understand the rhythm of the writing. I saw some of the earlier comments about this book; I think the reviews come from a place of misunderstanding. The book itself was a pleasure to read.
If you like Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, you’re going to LOVE this book. The poems scattered throughout the book are really cute and well wr
Feb 21, 2012 Jenn rated it it was amazing
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What genre would I place this novel in? Since there's no "super funny" genre, I think I'd have to place it in sci-fi. But I don't normally read sci-fi. However, if there were more books written like Jason Z Christie writes I'd be reading a lot more.

I love how Jason intersperses present day colloquialisms in his writing. And there's always bound to be on of the characters who perpetually get them wrong! I also like how some characters show up in different books. High-C, the drug dealer extraordi
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I’ve been sat at my desk giggling away to myself reading this book. I’ve been getting some right dirty looks but if it’s funny, it’s funny right? Who cares HA!

This book has not only managed to pull laughs out of me but there was a part of the book that reminded me of my favourite film of all time ‘Demolition Man’! Ooo not sure if I should of kept that to myself……

I LOVE Sherman Oakes, what a dude! With his waxing lyrical, drug
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“On Gortician, a promotion was survival. Firings were literal. You were incinerated, and your successor’s first job was sweeping your ashes up for Ned’s Atomic
Dustbin, Gortician’s recycle center.”
“Got any new ways to torture and kill people?”
“Hmmm,” said the voice. “Did you try stabbing them?”
“Of course. That’s one oh one stuff.”
“With extreme prejudice.”
“Naturally, I mean, I strangle people while I’m sleeping, even.”
“All the time.”
“Hmmmm. Can we think about
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