T. E. Mark’s description:
Perry will learn the true meaning of life, love, intergalactic politics and dusting in this wildly imaginative Romantic Comedy set in space.
In at least three universes and four richly diverse dimensions, the formerly cranky journalist will be tasked with, among other things, saving the Earth and countless other planets from annihilation.
While traversing the cosmos, he’ll meet Moncia, his Yr-7 physics teacher, fall in love and have a family.
He’ll take a road trip to Vitellius-3 Gamma, a post-apocalyptic world, where he’ll meet Truly, an absorbing girl with a sparkling wit and a penchant for housekeeping.
The humour is constant, often exceeding the legal limit in some regions of the Multi-Verse, but buried within, are several important messages. And if one reads deeply enough, they’ll uncover a finely crafted, meaningful and touching story about life and acceptance of those we choose to love.
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Travis Borne’s review:
What a ride! Across the universe and beyond, to who knows where. Really, and what a blast of exceptionally unique style. The author’s writing exploited the English language! His use of clever vocabulary was masterfully descriptive—and hilarious. His novel packs a wallop with long chapters and short ones, super-duper long sentences and micro-mini ones. I couldn’t guess WHAT was around the next corner. There’s other worlds, messed-up civilizations, even planet Moron! No shortage of unexpected events here.
Travel faster than light as a gas, in milky liquids on the way to trial, or as a regular guy while tending sheep that were once the leaders of the world. YES! Venture with Perry Gambles, the main character, and his new and omnipotent friend, Ralphgorn. And along the way Perry meets new friends, sexy physics teachers from his past, three-eyed aliens, and others who are deemed unworthy, marked for termination. And en voyage, Perry finds… LOVE. Not once, not just twice… Quite fortuitously too!
Love in the Time of Apocalypse, by author T. E. Mark, was a blast of a story I won’t soon forget. I mean, what’s not to love with one of the most colorful and sarcastic, mocking and witty, clever and ludicrous and all-out hilarious sci-fi adventures in the universe. Just what I needed. Surely, one of the most unpredictable and entertaining books I have ever read.