Huey Lambert's Walking Nuclear Circus

Huey Lambert's Walking Nuclear Circus

Jonathan Culver / Dec 02, 2020

Huey Lambert s Walking Nuclear Circus Huey Lambert is miserable Huey Lambert is tired of living the same horrible life as everyone Huey Lambert is ready to stop Armed with a nuclear device under his jacket the now undeniable anti hero ta

  • Title: Huey Lambert's Walking Nuclear Circus
  • Author: Jonathan Culver
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Huey Lambert is miserable Huey Lambert is tired of living the same horrible life as everyone Huey Lambert is ready to stop Armed with a nuclear device under his jacket, the now undeniable anti hero takes charge of his life, but is it really even a life worth living Read as Huey becomes a cultural phenomena, an enemy of the state, and so much in this controversialHuey Lambert is miserable Huey Lambert is tired of living the same horrible life as everyone Huey Lambert is ready to stop Armed with a nuclear device under his jacket, the now undeniable anti hero takes charge of his life, but is it really even a life worth living Read as Huey becomes a cultural phenomena, an enemy of the state, and so much in this controversial dark comedy.

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    927 Comments

    1. This book is definitely the reason why I am so happy and smiling for days. This is so great and so fun to read. I cannot get it off my mind even though I just finished reading it yesterday. In fact I will read it again now. That is how good it is.What I really like about this is that is makes me think. It keeps me so entertained with its wittiness. Only a true and dedicated writer can do that. It takes a lot of smartness and intelligence to write a quirky but addictive novel as this. I am so get [...]


    2. (In the interests of full disclosure, I should say that the author gave me a digital copy of this book to read for the purpose of writing a review.)Saying I have mixed feelings about this book is an understatement. The author ignores generally accepted rules of punctuation, grammar, spelling; anyone who knows me knows these are practically a religion for me, so that at times, this book was physically painful for me to read. I had to make a conscious effort to force myself to step out of my comfo [...]


    3. I really, really enjoyed this book. Culver has actually managed to make an anti-hero sympathetic and likeable, something I rarely find believable (or palatable, for that matter). Maybe it's because he named him "Huey." Maybe it's because Huey managed to (view spoiler)[actually wrest control of the book from the narrator at one point, proving that narration switches can happen in a way that's more entertaining than jarring. Bravo, sir. (hide spoiler)]. Culver has obviously been paying attention w [...]


    4. One thing I like about indie writers is that they bring new ways of telling a story, for example, Huey Lambert's story may not be commercial but it can be a cult classic. Jonathan Culver's writing is very witty and sarcastic with a dry humor that made me chuckle a few times.Huey Lambert is a total loser with a boring job, cheating wife, no dreams or ambitions really, he could be any of us. Taking this pathetic, pity-worthy character and making him interesting is not easy, I kept reading because [...]


    5. This was a wacky-quirky readbut it made me laugh! The conversations between the narrator/characters/ reader were absolutely BRILLANT!!4 stars because it's weird and wonderfuld I love the weird and wonderful!!!


    6. Plain and simple, one of the funnest books I have ever read. A quick, easy read that I burst through in one sitting, but good enough I intend to revisit it in the future. My favorite new author.



    7. Drivel. Poorly edited drivel. The author describes it more than once as a crappy book and he's right. Only redeeming value? It's short.



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