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Shark Hunting in Paradise Garden
Cameron Pierce
Eraserhead Press, 114 pages

Shark Hunting in Paradise Garden
Cameron Pierce
Born in California, Cameron Pierce lives in Portland, OR where he enjoys cooking up abominable delicacies, fighting squid with vacuum cleaners, and throwing meat at unsuspecting passersby. One day he will blow up.

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A review by John Enzinas

Apparently there is a genre called Bizzaro Fiction. I hadn't know about it before reading Shark Hunting in Paradise Garden by Cameron Pierce. Now I do. It touched me deeply. I have not yet decided if it was inappropriate touching.

While this is a short book, it is not one for the faint of heart. Death abounds, mostly from giant flying sharks. There's blood, guts, violence, blasphemy, genesis and vampiric subterranean slug-fish. There's no sex though, much to the apparent disappointment of one of the robots.

If you can cope with the idea of a man who has sturgeons growing out of every part of his body for no explained reason being the fellow priest of a man who can become a giant toad and turn people into mannequins, then this is probably a good book for you.

If the idea of giant mutant fruit sharks (such as the deadly banana shark) fighting a war against killer Vatican robots from the future for control of the Garden of Eden leaves you a bit cold, you should probably give this a pass.

Copyright © 2009 John Enzinas

John Enzinas reads frequently and passionately. In his spare time he plays with swords.

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