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Armageddon 03. Das Remake (Armageddon #3)

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When Rex finds himself back on Earth in the final hours before the nuclear holocaust, things really start to confuse him. Can he save the world before he himself is atomized by the Repo Man who appears most anxious to make his acquaintance?
Published (first published 1992)
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Gillian Taylor
I read this entire trilogy within a month, the running gags alone made me want to keep laughing.
Probably not to everyones taste, but if you find him in the least bit funny then all of his books offer you a chance to escape total reality and giggle like a two year old.
Tim Schneider
This is billed as the third of the Armageddon trilogy. Maybe it is...but I've learned not to trust Rankin's ability with mathematics. I'd probably give this one closer to 3 1/2 rather than four stars. It's good. But the joke is running down a bit.
Josh Olsen
It's got freakin Elvis, a Private Eye with a time travelling sprout named Barry in his ear. Good lord, just make sure you read these in order I'm sure, I still need to find the first books from the series and read them.
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The trilogy just got better and better. Laz outdid himself with this one.
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"When Robert Rankin embarked upon his writing career in the late 1970s, his ambition was to create an entirely new literary genre, which he named Far-Fetched Fiction. He reasoned that by doing this he could avoid competing with any other living author in any known genre and would be given his own special section in WH Smith."
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