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When he was in his first year of secondary school, something extraordinary happened. He stumbled, completely by accident, into a Great New World, a world of fantastic sex, opportunity, and Fetus Factories. That's what this book's about. And it's written by the man himself, Axol O'Lerpler.

©2015 Axol O'Lerpler (P)2015 Axol O'Lerpler

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  • Mary
  • 10-02-2015

Great story

Interesting story with some really funny commentary on today's culture. Some great one liners that make you think.

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  • David
  • 20-09-2018

If you are the sort to be offended by things...

...then you probably shouldn’t read this book. It is very funny, satirical, and engaging, but none of that matters if you’re the sort of person who tends to be offended by things, as this book will doubtless offend you.

For everyone else, you should definitely buy this book. There are some authors who should never read their own work. Nothing makes a Stephen King story less frightening that having it read to you by the author who has what is probably the least frightening voice ever committed to recorded media outside of a children’s cartoon. That said, Axol O’Lerpler is not such an author. Like Neil Gaiman, his work is enhanced by the author’s reading. A lot of his jokes would fall flat if read by someone else. His inflection and timing enhance the work extensively.

This book is charmingly offensive. Full marks. Buy it.

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  • Dominic F.
  • 16-07-2016

Very grabbing/interesting story

Very funny, great narration, great explanation, and the story never felt like a waste of time