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Johnny 12 Steps

by Nicholas Novak

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From the first page this book had me laughing - it reminded me a bit of "John Dies in the End" with its deadpan silliness, crazy characters and happenings and seemingly deluded lead. Some of the verbal twists are just genius. The send up of gangster stereotypes are hilarious. I'll read anything Nick Tory writes after this! Laugh out loud, short and just FUN. ( )
  AmyVansant | Aug 25, 2015 |
Pretty funny little short book. Definitely a bit of dumb humor but enough to make you sit back and chuckle during the afternoon. I spent most of the time saying "Johnny you're a dumb oaf!" I enjoyed the book and I look forward to see what's in book 2. ( )
  selinalynn69 | Aug 19, 2014 |
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