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Turbo Destroyer And The Legendary Superthrust

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22gigantes.com - A GENRE BENDING THRILL RIDE LIKE NO OTHER. Turbo Destroyer and the Legendary Superthrust has been described by critics as a genre bending novel that is a surprising departure from Donchatz's other published work. The punchiness, the frenetic pace of his other work is still there, but here we see the author flexing his literary muscles to tackle a set of themes using satire and stereotypes in a way he has not before. From the unreliable first person narrator to the novel's underlying themes of 'situational anxiety' and the decay of America's 'good old days', Donchatz lays bare all of his own, as well as society's, hang ups. The loss of individual freedom of choice, another central theme of the novel, is presented through a skewed, thoroughly razor sharp voice while Donchatz also keeps the book moving on relentlessly. Absurdity and horror collide in the dark, often violent pseudo-America Donchatz has described. Populated by madmen, restless spirits and monstrous creations, the world of Turbo Destroyer and the Legendary Superthrust shouldn't be nearly as funny as the narrator makes it all seem. The unreality Donchatz hands us is at once a horror story and a thriller, while at the same time, it's easy to see that this world 'beneath the veneer' isn't really all that far from where we are headed. Racial bigotry, sexuality, and even the idea of love itself is put on trial as the narrator wanders his way through the darkness within and without. Time is also in question as the narrator tells his tale in much the same way someone at a bar may tell a story he can't quite remember in its entirety. Gone is the familiar, replaced with shadows of that which we feel is somehow familiar. An on the road book, a quest book, a thriller and a horror story. There is something in this book for everyone, but the author, when asked to comment simply said, "It's for people who like a good story." We agree that is enough.