Humor & Satire
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Brick Wilson: Clueless
A Sci-fi satire by Marq Truong
July 17, 2018
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Return to the Ultimate Galactic Universe with Brick Wilson as he attempts to rescue Hilep, the wealthiest man in the Ultimate Universe, who has kidnapped himself. See what happens when you surgically remove your split personality? With a crime that has even UGH rendered apethetic, can Brick save the bazillionaire from his own clutches and restore illogical order to the universe?
Elona Schitter takes the reader on a dark and disturbing emotional journey through her depressing view of the Ultimate Galactic Universe. She makes no apologies for, “...just telling it like I see it.” The Editor, Marq Truong says, “I had so many tequila shots reading this I ran out of limes. This is poetry at its worst. Elona channels Depression-incarnate.”
She's human. He's not.
For the most part. We're pretty sure.
Maybe a little human...humanoid at least.
George isn't her real name. Bob isn't his. When fate intervenes on the loop in Lubbock, Texas, nothing will be the same for George again. Her fantasies of a fairy tale adventure come true.
Except for the part with the monsters. And the jail time. And the absolute vomit-inducing terror of creating an online dating profile.
Brick Wilson’s adventure takes the reader crashing through universes, galaxies, circuits and alternate realities where anything can and does happen. On his search for the lost (or was it stolen?) Pesnort, Brick is continually challenged by dangers real and imagined as he skillfully avoids the Ultimate Galactic Headquarters Tax Authority, dodges the increasingly menacing plots for his demise by arch nemesis Terd Murchison, and is continually stalked and mocked by the color Red. Can he save the Pesnort, the Universe and himself with a psychotic android in tow?
Brick invites everyone to tag along on his chaotic ride through the Ultimate Galactic Universe. Well, not literally everyone. There are a few Yogalarian bookies he’d rather not find him and would appreciate if no one gave them a heads up, as he is sorely lacking the funds to make good on an ill placed, guaranteed sure-to-win wager. Always read the fine print, as anything guaranteed sure-to-win does not necessarily impart who will win, but rather explicitly states it will most likely not be the party placing the wager. Welcome to Brick Wilson’s universe. Cheers.
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