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Leather to the Corinthians (English Edition) von [Lucas, Tom]
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Celebrities grown in nutrient vats.
Holographic sex clubs where anything is possible.
A church that worships superheroes.
A military force of carnival clowns and plushie killing machines.

Welcome to The Village -- home to a mad despot known only as The King, the mega-corporation Sell Inc, and the 10,000-channel media conglomerate Network One.

A coup has reduced The Village to rubble. Now, a nameless soldier struggles with his humanity, a priest faces a crisis of faith, a salesman falls in love with a digital mistress, and a post-punk tribe of motorized merchants fights for its very survival.

It’s going to take a while to clean up this mess. Hopefully, someone brought snacks.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Tom Lucas was born and raised in Detroit, and although currently enjoying the lack of snow and ice in Florida, remains a son of the post-industrial apocalypse. He is a college professor and author. Tom has been published in Writer's Digest, The South End, The Oakland Press, The Macomb Daily, Orbit, Anthropomorphic, and U. Magazine. He has also been featured the literary journals The Write Place at the Write Time, Graffiti Rag, F*cked Up Fairy Tales, and Dark Fire Fiction. When not writing, Tom likes to drive fast and take chances. For more information visit:


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 854 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 286 Seiten
  • Verlag: Room 1331 Publishing and Media (5. Dezember 2012)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00AJ68PX4
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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HASH(0x8bc02f6c) von 5 Sternen Wow! A Phenomenal Book 10. Dezember 2012
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I follow Tom on his blog and have always enjoyed his wit and creativity. So it was no surprise that Leather to the Corinthians is a huge blockbuster of unparalleled genius and talent. I laughed aloud at least once on every page, and my husband wanted to know what I found so funny. The plot twists and turns and very amusing characters left me breathless with anticipation for more, and turned my reading experience into fast page turning. There are so many references to big business, consumerism at its worst, old television sitcoms and catch phrases, I enjoyed myself immensely while reading this book!

Do you remember the commercial, "The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste"? Tom Lucas demonstrates what happens if kids don't trash their brain with drugs - they can become powerful writers! In my estimation, he is the Einstein of creativity. This book would also make a terrific movie.

I really appreciated the full-length author biography and interview someone had with Tom. When I come to the end of a great novel I feel sad that now it's done, so I read about the author in order to prolong the pleasure just a tiny bit. So often when I read a book that I really like, there is but one tiny paragraph about the author on the back cover, and I am left disappointed. Not so in this case!

Debbie Loesel Stanton,
Writer, Blogger and Poet
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HASH(0x8bbf7c9c) von 5 Sternen Something very different 21. April 2013
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I had to stop at the end of this one and reflect on it. I think i had fun reading it because he seemed to have a lot of fun writing it.this had some kind of satirical absconded from all reality comic book feel to it. i cant say this is the kind of book everyone will love, i can only tell you that i did. it is a step up, a step outside the box and a step into some kind of commentary on all that is mind bendingly weird but handed over to you in a way that seems very reasonable.
What i think impresses me most is the writer is obviously a very intelligent guy and this is what he did with it. the writing is funny and weird in all those ways monty python was. sometimes it is absurd, sometimes the characters will have you laughing, and sometimes there are real what the hell moments. I would say use the look inside function, or if you have prime then borrow it. give it a chance beyond the first few pages and you will see what i mean
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HASH(0x9a4259fc) von 5 Sternen GET READY FOR A CRAZY RIDE! 11. Dezember 2012
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This really is an exhilarating roller coaster ride of a book.

From the very first sentence you'll need to strap yourself in as you are plunged without ceremony into the crazy and convoluted world Tom Lucas creates for us. Hold on tight as you meet a range of intriguing (and often repulsive!) characters, each vying to get ahead in this amped-up world of consumerism where money is King and life is cheaper than the junk food that sustains it.

"Leather to the Corinthians" is like a slightly more coherent and tightly structured Naked Lunch, infused with the same kind of surreal satire and black comedy that William Burroughs so brilliantly employed.

I really enjoyed this book, it's ridiculously imaginative and like nothing else being written at the moment that I am aware of.
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HASH(0x8b6567f8) von 5 Sternen Lucas's intense hyperculture bombast is the new voice of American fiction 18. Dezember 2012
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You don't want to just read. You want to go for a ride, and you want to be first.

This book is an unfathomable, white-knuckle freak out they'd fire any carny or high-class Vegas lever puller for letting you on.

Here there's no law anymore; nothing is left but what America did to itself. It is a fried expanse run by two fast food warlords. The center is intense, frenzied and sleepless, where escapists go in for the art of channel surfing, seek solace in a church complete with toys and a depraved pastor, or the crave the idolatry of chemically engineered media personalities. One brave man travels to go ruined city diving for lost items like candy, Botox and tantalizing pieces of what used to be transportation.

Ah,but you're the one on the ride, and you see yourself in this post-apocalypse. Post, hell, you see a lot of this right now. Like the warped brilliant landscapes of Hunter S. Thompson, humor and insight work when they're based in truth. This time there's no ether in a car trunk to wave it away. There are a lot of fascinating characters here, but you are at the center of it, and it is hilarious and twisted and you can't read it fast enough.

Pick up this book and nothing will get you off of this ride, until it has come to a full and complete stop.

Then you'll txt and send copies to your friends and they'll go for a ride. But you'll have gone first.

We love to go first and fast. Which is why you're on a website buying this by clicking a button and paying with instant funds, arranging for fast shipping. The faster and more frantic we get, the more necessary the intense scorched-media bombast of Lucas becomes as our modern voice in American fiction.
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HASH(0x8ba213f0) von 5 Sternen American satire at its most frenzied and best... 7. März 2014
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Leather to the Corinthians by Tom Lucas is a b**$tardi$ed version of the bible, interfaced with the Superman plot, and all offset in a world where consumerism truly is king. You (I mean I) could say, Lucas’s début novel is essentially a satirical, acerbic and anarchic side-swipe at American culture, values and its insatiable fondness for consumption, self-indulgence and WAR! In fact I just have said such a thing, and feel it’s kind of on the clown nose (read the book to understand that sort-of pun/lame joke).

Anyway... within Leather to the Corinthians there are certainly echoes of Will Self’s Book of Dave, and English readers will undoubtedly think of Ben Elton’s Blind Faith, but for my money (or discounted coupons), Leather to the Corinthians represents an off-the-wall marriage between Idiocracy and the somewhat zany Snowcrash, all with a flavoursome mistress putting-out in the form of Chuck Paluniak. It even had the dark undertones of an Anthony Burgess as an omniscient character addresses the reader directly, and throughout there are Tom Lucas’s inventive turns of phrase and creative language kicking-in all over the place: “Hensonian”, “Foogle”, and “Mall Sunday” to name but a few of the kicks.

Side note: my favourite, and in my opinion the strongest chapter in this work (the moment it truly comes alive), is chapter 14 and the introduction of Peter aka Fat A$$ (a frustrated virginal lackey at Sell Inc., and not to mention a perverted cannibal). Again, for me Tom Lucas changes gear here, introducing some truly mesmerizing geek-boy smut, though since there are suggestions of geek-boy smut throughout, the gear change into fifth feels consistent, and you won’t suffer any off-road collisions or whiplash.

So, is it worth a read?


A resolute YES at that: this début, from Tom Lucas, very much deserves to be read, and yet by no means is this a book for everyone or anyone. Leather to the Corinthians is an offbeat, counter-culture, cult-book for an acquired taste; perhaps, for a jilted generation who appreciate the cynicism of the corporate world and the horrors of business jargon (“are we all on the same page”?).

What, I’m certain of, is all those who chance to read this writer’s début, would agree Leather to the Corinthians is a technically brilliant work; Tom Lucas is an imaginative, gifted, and muscular writer, who playfully de-constructs the modern tendency for BS with a consistently madcap, humorous and anarchic tone-of-voice that often crosses the border, from utter lunacy, into the profound.

I heavily suggest you BUY IT, READ IT... CONSUME IT, and then, whilst eating a taco and slushing down a void-of-nutrition-slurpee, perhaps sit down and rethink your constant need for the consumption of all the other cr*p in your life?

NB: Very glad to hear a sequel is in the pipeline – Fat A$$, Scratch and the Soldier are all characters you’ll want to learn more about.
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