The Inflatable Volunteer
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The Inflatable Volunteer

by Steve Aylett
Release date: 1999
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: science fiction

Welcome to Eddie's world. Welcome to the constant apocalypse.

It's a world where grave fillers throng the pavements, where ants are plotting to slash and burn us before we do anything to them, where it doesn't pay to have too many dealings with John Satan. Anything can happen. And does. All the time.

In such a world a mayor who campaigns on the 'Wooden skulls don't work for long' ticket is bound to go far. So Eddie, our narrator, and Minotaur Babs climb aboard the bandwagon. And the fun begins...

'Macabre, twisted, violent, surreal, yet lifted by moments of lyricism, The Inflatable Volunteer is a unique read... the actual act of reading this book is more akin to unscrewing your head, and gently bathing your brain in warm chaos... a psychedelic treat' – SFX Magazine

updated 2010-09-07

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