Not Quite One of the Boys
by Vincent Sakowski
One character dies, one is left for dead, and the third is kidnapped. And that’s just the first chapter of this dark comedy. Sit back with Time, and watch as God and Satan gamble over everyone, following the misadventures of a couple of drug dealers. Add in a cop who has delusions of being the superhero Napkin Man, and his wife, a sexaholic junkie, a splash of Dante for a taste of not so classic literature, and you may get some idea of what this religious satire has in store for you. Strap yourself in baby-waby for some Blender Fiction at its finest.
Vincent W. Sakowski is the author of the anti-epic novel of the surreal: Some Things Are Better Left Unplugged, and the short fiction collection: Misadventures in a Thumbnail Universe. Vincent lives and writes in Saskatoon, SK, Canada, where he was born and raised.
"It takes a sickly twisted mind to come up with tales that will leave you laughing, scratching your head, and occasionally grossed out."
“Vincent W. Sakowski is perhaps the most subversive of all the Bizarro writers working today...everyone who loves the surreal should be reading him right now, before he undoes the fabric of the universe and pulls you inside-out right along with it.”
—Michael Arnzen, author of Play Dead
“...Progressive satire of this type is a rare find and a pleasure to read, from beginning to end...If you want to know what Bizarro literature is all about look no further, because Sakowski is the real deal.”
—John Edward Lawson, author of Pocket Full of Loose Razorblades