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Foot of a blackened obelisk Now DC is looking awfully empty Life on Earth is pretty much coming to an end All of which leaves Dean with a single uestion What now The answer to that uestion will take him on an uncanny voyage across a newly nuclear America wher. Jeremy Robert Johnson seems to pride himself very much on how esteemed author Chuck Palahniuk spoke of him and his collection Angel Dust Apocalypse A dazzling writer Seriously amazing short stories and I love short stories Like the best of Tobias Wolff While I read them they made time stand still That s great I myself have never read anything from Palahniuk nor have I been exposed to the short story within Angel Dust Apocalypse which apparently precedes the plot of this novella but regardless I am thoroughly impressed with Johnson s writing ability and with Extinction JournalsThe post apocalyptic survival scenario is always so fascinating because of how broad how devastating how wonderful the storytelling experience is It is a situation that usually begins orends very similarly then continues completely upon the author s individual imagination The settings of most bizarro fiction pieces have a tone teetering on the brink of an apocalyptic nightmare but tend to keep a steady course of otherworldly dystopia See Ass Goblins of Auschwitz The Baby Jesus Butt Plug etc What makes Extinction Journals so much extraordinary than some other bizarro novellas is the balance of realism in spite of the necessity for weirdness Yes Dean does live day by day wearing a suit constructed of live cockroaches but his personality and his strive for survival in a meaningless wasteland and his doubting the value of bothering to continue on are all immensely relatable to the modern pre apocalyptic human condition Extinction Journals manages to not only entertain with moderated absurdity but also attach the reader to an adventure not far off from those of our own So uote Palahniuk as much as you d like Johnson because I will gladly keep reading as long as you keep writing Ty jesteś moje imię empty Life on Earth is pretty much coming to an The Many Lives of Fitzwilliam Darcy end All of which leaves Dean with a single uestion What now The answer to that uestion will take him on an uncanny voyage across a newly nuclear America wher. Jeremy Robert Johnson seems to pride himself very much on how Complete Amber Sourcebook esteemed author Chuck Palahniuk spoke of him and his collection Angel Dust Apocalypse A dazzling writer Seriously amazing short stories and I love short stories Like the best of Tobias Wolff While I read them they made time stand still That s great I myself have never read anything from Palahniuk nor have I been Jadę sobie. Azja. Przewodnik dla podróżujących kobiet exposed to the short story within Angel Dust Apocalypse which apparently precedes the plot of this novella but regardless I am thoroughly impressed with Johnson s writing ability and with Extinction JournalsThe post apocalyptic survival scenario is always so fascinating because of how broad how devastating how wonderful the storytelling Sweet Alien (Reestrian Mates, experience is It is a situation that usually begins orends very similarly then continues completely upon the author s individual imagination The settings of most bizarro fiction pieces have a tone teetering on the brink of an apocalyptic nightmare but tend to keep a steady course of otherworldly dystopia See Ass Goblins of Auschwitz The Baby Jesus Butt Plug Detective Wanda Wolfe etc What makes Extinction Journals so much Riverside. Sen w wysokiej rozdzielczości extraordinary than some other bizarro novellas is the balance of realism in spite of the necessity for weirdness Yes Dean does live day by day wearing a suit constructed of live cockroaches but his personality and his strive for survival in a meaningless wasteland and his doubting the value of bothering to continue on are all immensely relatable to the modern pre apocalyptic human condition Extinction Journals manages to not only

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Extinction Journals

E he must confront the problems associated with loneliness radiation love and an ever evolving cockroach suit with a mind of its own Dean's bizarre adventures mark the last chronicle of human existence the final entries in our species' own Extinction Journals. You ve got to enjoy this for the wildness of the cockroach suit alone if nothing else though there s still plenty else to dig It s a good story and it s wild Definitely worth a read

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You can survive a nuclear blast All you need is some luck and maybe a customized business suit coated in cockroaches It could work At least that's what Dean believed before the bombs actually dropped and his suit led him to murder a Very Important Man at the. I haven t really been reading much lately mostly just idly refreshing my phone scrolling twitter being overwhelmed by the world Read a few short stories some poetry some philosophy like 25% of a shitty horror book before I admitted to myself I didn t like it Mostly just can t seem to finish anythingThis was short and weird though so I managed to string some small amount of time together across three nights and actually finish something Yay This book features a guy in a suit made out of roaches surviving in a immediately post nuclear US it started a bit weirdbizarro but actually branched a bit into the Jeff VanderMeer Eco Weird space by the end which was nice More like 3 12 stars not uite enough to bump it to 4 thoughBe well friends


10 thoughts on “Extinction Journals

  1. says:

    Jeremy Robert Johnson's Extinction Journals begins with a true bizarro scenario a man in a suit made of cockroaches accidentally devours the president who is dressed in a suit made of twinkies But by the end of the book being dressed in a suit of cockroaches almost seems normal As the protagonist wanders through

  2. says:

    I haven’t really been reading much lately mostly just idly refreshing my phone scrolling twitter being overwhelmed by the world Read a few short stories some poetry some philosophy like 25% of a shitty horror book before I admitted to myself I didn’t like it Mostly just can’t seem to finish anythingThis was short and weird though so I managed to string some small amount of time together across three nights and a

  3. says:

    A gigantic radioactive soot covered WTF in the best way possible I read this book on the plane from Greece to Germany and still I'm fairly certain I couldn't have been high as the author while he was writing thisPeople who like post apocalyptic scenes and let's call it lighthearted horror will definitely enjoy

  4. says:

    Like the greatest 70s cult sci fi movie that was never made A little bit of Salad Fingers by way of Zardoz

  5. says:

    Extinction Journals picks up where the The Sharp Dressed Man At the End of the Line leaves off For those of you unfamiliar with that story it can be found in Mr Johnson's short story collection Angel Dust Apocalypse Without giving too much away we meet Dean in the last days before World War III a young man who believes that he can survive the

  6. says:

    Jeremy Robert Johnson seems to pride himself very much on how esteemed author Chuck Palahniuk spoke of him and his collection Angel Dust Apocalypse A dazzling writer Seriously amazing short stories and I love short stories Like the best of Tob

  7. says:

    You've got to enjoy this for the wildness of the cockroach suit alone if nothing else though there's still plenty else to dig It's a good story

  8. says:

    This book is a creative and interesting conclusion to The Sharp Dressed Man At the End of the Line from Angel Dust Apocalypse Just like the latter the author does a great job building a world that instantly immersed me The imaginat

  9. says:

    35 stars

  10. says:

    A beautifully grotesue novella

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