Celebrity Culture

Celebrity Culture

It's the thirteenth annual Lou Gehrig awards. Four B-list celebrity virologists vie to claim the Locked In Syndrome cup and get mulched down to form their disease for mass distribution. A disease hipster takes centre stage on a night when a blast from the past threatens to turn his ordered, pus filled life upside down. In order to blow open a deep rooted conspiracy, he mus It's the thirteenth annual Lou Gehrig awards. Four B-list celebrity virologists vie to claim the Locked In Syndrome cup a...

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Title:Celebrity Culture
Author:Duncan P. Bradshaw
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Genres:Novels
ISBN:0993534600
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:120 pages pages

Celebrity Culture Reviews

  • Cheryl Bradley
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Frederick Rotzien
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Pam
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Jen
    Mar 31, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Donald Armfield
    Feb 15, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

  • Debbie Kennedy
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Phoebe
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Joan
    Sep 13, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

  • Emma
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Angelia
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Maureen
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Chad
    Mar 05, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Zakk W
    Mar 04, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

  • Betty
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Daryl Moad
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Nicola Fantom
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Shana M. Garrity
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Rebecca
    Mar 05, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

  • Ioana
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Karen
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Glenn
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Ms. Reader
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Julia Conway
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • The Grim Reader (Beavisthebookhead.com)
    Mar 04, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

  • LLL Reads
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Ann Ellis
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Joanne
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Debee Sue
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Richard Randall
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Stella Clarkson
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Trica Johnson
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • SALLY WHITE
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Matt Hickman
    Mar 10, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

  • christina cooper
    Mar 02, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

  • Mandy
    Mar 09, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

  • Destiny
    Mar 16, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

  • Emiley Allen Bowes
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Stacia Chappell
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Carol McFarlane
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Jonathan Butcher
    Mar 10, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

  • Adrienne Pilon
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Marie
    Feb 25, 2016

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...

    I feel like I've been on drugs.. This book is so out there, so different and so not mainstream.. whilst managing to somehow be extremely mainstream in it's subject matter. Let me explain. Celebrity Culture is about, well just that! Imagine a world where the aim of the game was...

    A quick disclaimer: ?bizarro? is far from my genre of choice, so for me to give this book such a positive review is unprecedented! Duncan Bradshaw?s ?Celebrity Culture? is an entertaining, unhinged gas from start to finish. The imagination crammed into just about every sente...

    Fast Acting Germ Warfare...??? I don't know WTF I just read but I know I liked it. At least I think I did, still feeling a bit discombobulated ~ funniest word ever. The germs are 'people' right, but in a germ world setting. The way I make it out (and this might be wrong, probably..) ...

    I received an arc copy from a friend in exchange of a review. Every doctor's nightmare. Or a celebrity award show like no other. Bradshaw takes us on stage of the thirteenth Lou Gehrig's award show. Where sickness is praised and nominated for an award. Pop Cultured, word-play cele...

    Strange But Quite Entertaining! Celebrities live in world totally different from regular folks as us and this story while going a tad overboard, shows just what extreme they may go to. A hoot of a read. ...

    Silly goodness This was one of my first tracks into the bizarro genre, and I was most highly entertained. I laughed and gagged throughout this tale and will be looking at more b this author. Recommending to fans of modern horror! ...

    I got this book at 8 in the morning and couldn't put it down it down so I finished it ...

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  • Louise
    May 16, 2017

    Back in the late 1970's Malcolm McKindy started to produce diseases. By the early 1980's he had become the leading celebrity virologist, proudly winning the title for two and a half years in a row. He was working on developing a new disease, a disease that would change the world fore...

    What did I just read? My left eye is beginning to stitch and I think a sausage might be coming on. My phalanges are numb but only when I touch them. Remember when growing up, you've hit that age where you're taller every day, you wobble everywhere you go, not because you're drunk...

    Duncan Bradshaw leaves the Zombies at home in his cellar and decides to take a pop at the culture of being a celebrity with often hilarious results. I had an early look at this book and enjoyed it. After deciding to purchase and read again I found myself enjoying it even more this time...

    In our house we have a tradition of reading a chapter or two aloud of the book I'm currently reading, before we go to sleep. I started reading this last night and realised this is more daytime reading as gasps of "ohhhhh" and utterings of "ewwwww" began coming from my hubby. This s...