Star-Spangled Apocalypse by Harmon Cooper

Star-Spangled Apocalypse by Harmon Cooper
English | 2018 | Science Fiction | ePUB | 942 KB

American Gods meets Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
Assuming the fiery attack by the Russians on Austin, Texas is the start of Armageddon, James, an East Texas good ol’ boy with a drinking problem, and Virgil, a drugged-out yogi, set out on an adventure across America to save James’ long lost son.
Along the way, James and Virgil form a bipartisan relationship stitched together by mutual self-destruction as they encounter a series of angels and demons who force the former co-workers to come face to face with their folly, its impending results, and the burgeoning doom that lies ahead.
Reader discretion is advised: Star-Spangled Apocalypse is a controversial tale that contains adult situations, mockery of right wing media figures, celebrity angels who dress like rappers, heavy drinking, drug and hallucinogen usage, paranormal encounters, sword and gun violence, Texans, theft, suggested suicide, general blasphemy, and a talking cat named Arjuna.

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