Dummyland (Accomplice, #3)
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Dummyland

by Steve Aylett
Release date: 2002
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: science fiction

In the doll forge Maquette, overwhelmed by the rigid fit of her own jaw, makes a run for it. Meanwhile Gregor gloomily considers the five glad bugs on a bedspread, the one disconsolate whimper and the head which has no particular shape that make up his lifestyle. We can only be Accomplice; the tropic of slack jawed nutters where Justice is as rare as a jelly fossil created by the unique imagination of Steve Aylett. The extraordinary offspring of the fertile coming together of Burroughs, Runyon, Lear and Dick, Accomplice could have been written by no one else and is the perfect vehicle for Aylett's satiric world view, dreamlike imagination and verbal pyrotechnics.

updated 2010-09-07

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