The Brothers Crunk

The Brothers Crunk A perfect example of bizarro fiction FANGORIABrothers Divey and Reynold Crunk are two traveling breakfast burrito salesman just trying to make a living in the post apocalyptic world of Planet Japan Af

  • Title: The Brothers Crunk
  • Author: William Pauley III
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  • Page: 230
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  • A perfect example of bizarro fiction FANGORIABrothers Divey and Reynold Crunk are two traveling breakfast burrito salesman just trying to make a living in the post apocalyptic world of Planet Japan After discovering a mutilated robot corpse in the middle of the desert, Divey mysteriously transforms into something abominable, setting a bizarre series of events into mo A perfect example of bizarro fiction FANGORIABrothers Divey and Reynold Crunk are two traveling breakfast burrito salesman just trying to make a living in the post apocalyptic world of Planet Japan After discovering a mutilated robot corpse in the middle of the desert, Divey mysteriously transforms into something abominable, setting a bizarre series of events into motion Reynold follows his brother into the dark underworld of Tokyo, where there are no rules and old video game accessories are used as real weaponsE BROTHERS CRUNK is an 8 bit fack it all adventure in 2D Please consult a doctor if you experience any of the following symptoms while reading convulsions, eye or muscle twitching, altered vision, involuntary movements, disorientation, or loss of awareness.

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    1. William Pauley III Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Brothers Crunk book, this is one of the most wanted William Pauley III author readers around the world.

    2. (This review was originally written in Japanese, but was hastily [and poorly] translated for the sake of rushing it to English speaking markets to capitalize on the explosion in popularity of hastily- [and poorly-] translated reviews.)Corpulent populations of kudos regard to the constructor of the published book materials nomenclatured THE BROTHERS CRUNK assmbled by letter arranger William Pauley the 3. Containment of emotion regards to material found upon perusal most extraneous of aforementio [...]

    3. A wild ride through post-apocalyptic Japan, this one was a good'in!I, like a couple others, was drawn to the cover and title of this novella. I am of the Nintendo generation, who grew up along side video games, and the cover and promise of an 8-bit adventure made me say, "Yes, please." to this read.=Start mini-summary=The Burrito Brothers have to get to Tokyo with their new found supply of meat to make some bank selling "brakefas burritos." That's their job and livelihood until their trip is der [...]

    4. This review is old, I wrote it awhile back back just noticed I never put it on here.This has been the first book I’ve read by William Pauley 3 but it will not be the last. This book is described as an 8 bit F a c k-It-All adventure, and it definitely is an adventure. It will take you to some weird and very interesting places. Page after page you will not know where you are headed, but believe me you will still continue on with the journey, and it is worth it.The cover of The Brothers Crunk may [...]

    5. It's 'facking awesome!' Here are all my reasons why:* If you couldn't tell 'Fack' is my new favorite word. I really like saying it a lot.* The dialogue and arguments between Divey and Reynold are very funny.* Pete's head explosion was awesome and when he came back as meat that moment was even more awesome.* Pink Death XXX - I want to know what liquor store sells this so I can buy a bottle.* The line "laughing like a dehydrated weasel" I really like that description and try to use that when I'm o [...]

    6. On the post-apocalyptic world of Japan, two brothers (Divey and Reynold) make a living as traveling burrito salesman. Their lives take a drastic turn when they find the remains of a mutilated robot, which eventually transforms Divey into something never before seen. The Burrito Brothers are captured in the desert by a race of Wasp Women and taken to their hive. Desperate, Reymond constructs an old friend out of their stock of buritto meat to help them escape, but things don't go exactly as he pl [...]

    7. Vivid imagery, clever dialogue, endering characters, and just a hint of gross; this isn't a book you read, but a book you experience. Pauley knows what he's doing.Hansen's art is beautiful as always but it was a treat to see less romantic pieces by her. She and Pauley's work make a wonderful package.

    8. Never underestimate the power of video games on the unconscious mind. William Pauley III has composed a love letter to 8-bit fantasy and the subconscious, full of interesting dialogue. For someone who grew up playing Nintendo games, I felt like this book pulled something surreal from my own subconscious, something raw and heretofore unacknowledged.The characters and their reaction to the world around them seems almost childlike, with actions and desires that seem to be motivated by their inabili [...]

    9. William Pauley III, The Brothers Crunk (Grindhouse Press, 2011)Where do I begin with this warped, psychotic, somewhat delightful little novel? Well, I guess I could start in the desert, where we meet the titular brothers, Divey and Reynold, a couple of breakfast burrito salesmen who are headed for the big city, where they hope there's a bigger market for breakfast burritos than there is in the middle of nowhere. As we open, they're playing Russian Roulette with their business partner, a very lar [...]

    10. You know that sound you hear when Pacman dies? Yeah, everyone knows that sound. Imagine hearing that sound right now and that pretty much sums up how i felt about this book. It read like a B sci-fi movie script crossed with a video game with mediocre writing instead of bad acting. I appreciated a few of the creative twists and the characters had a bit of potential, but this turned out to be an "action adventure" more than anything else. And I find that boring. A very short book--i didn't hate t [...]

    11. An entertaining bizarro mash-up of sci-fi, horror, fantasy, and oldschool Nintendo gaming culture with a B-movie feel to it. One of the book's strengths is the quirky dialog, which is consistent throughout. There’s also cartoonish violence, wasp women, a hybrid slug-lady villain, a TV demon cyborg, a colorful gang of mutants, a talkative ground meat-encased skull named Meat Pete, Nintendo peripheral devices used as real-world weapons, and a helpful ostrich to boot. Fun stuff.

    12. Reynold and Divey Crunk run a “brackfas burrito” truck, using a mystery source of meat. After a car accident, Divey gets possessed by Vandenboom, leader of the Damned Dirt Devils, leading Reynold on a chase to get his brother back. This is a short synopsis without giving too many spoilers.We start with an opening scene where the brothers try to trick their business partner into a game of Russian Roulette using an overpowered 1984-era Nintendo zapper. You remember that gray plastic pistol tha [...]

    13. I'm not a huge fan of reading books on my computer, but at 99 cents I just couldn't turn down the opportunity to snag the kindle version of this book. It took me a lot longer than it would have if I'd read it in print form, but that's the price I pay for choosing kindle over print. Actually, everything I've read of William Pauley III's has been on my computer/ebook reader (which doesn't support the kindle format). I'd like to have some of his work in print format at some point in time, maybe whe [...]

    14. Anyone within 10 years of my age would probably buy this book if for no other reason than the cover art. But if one is hesitant to buy it, allow me to share: It's an absolute bizarro ball. This story occurs within the universe that Pauley created with 'Doom Magnetic!'. It's fast, furious and lot of fun. The plot involves wasp women, traveling meat venders, and copious amounts of strange. Take a walk through Pauley's imagination, I dare you. Aterward, you'll be watching for his next book like the [...]

    15. I received this book as part of First Reads program.This book was pretty much what I expected in some ways and not in others. You get the over the top quirky writing along with a ton of gaming references including the Power Glove. But the writing quality felt a bit lacking and the length of the story was disappointing as well. The basic plot line is go from point A to point B with one adventure in between and a massive battle at the end. Story wise, it is what it is and doesn't try to be anythi [...]

    16. A surreal trip across the apocalyptic wastelands. The Burrito Brothers have a a rough start as they make their way toward the city with the goal of selling as many burrito as they can with their new found supply of meat. Getting there and doing well, that just isn't fun now is it? A chance encounter with the remains of a cyborg sets up their new journey that is filled with deranged archaic video game tech, wasp women, a revenant, and an ostrich. Showing the commitment that you never leave a brot [...]

    17. If the cover alone hasn't sold you on the book I don't know what to tell you.It's like Of Mice And Men set in the Blade Runner universe. And they made a Nintendo game based on that book. And this book is based on that video game. Does that make sense? Good.This book is crazy like that. But it's also really good. William Pauley knows how to build up a scene and write characters that are funny and interesting. Even whenever I got confused he kept me turning the pages.I loved Doom Magnetic but this [...]

    18. The Brothers Crunk by William Pauley III is a bizarre and darkly humorous story about two brothers in post-apocalyptic Japan where a slug rules with an ironclad tongue. Set in a Dali-esque landscape, readers are introduced to Wasp Women, meat suits, people burritos and robotic corpses, all tucked into a surrealistic nightmare that is reminiscent of Cronenberg’s eXistenZ. If you like using old video game accessories as weapons, think of ostriches as family, and are onboard with the idea of a br [...]

    19. An slew of bizarre moments told in an 8-bit Fack it All 2D adventure. William Pauley III has a very deep story telling ability he puts you inside his skull, pretty much letting you look out of his eye sockets and see just what he is thinking. I actually got to listen to the audiobook, (in which I won from the man himself.) Pauley narrates his own book with voices and all. Get you hands on the audiobook. Two hours of memories from all those long hours you spent playing video games in the retro da [...]

    20. Power up your 8-bit systems and spin portals to Tokyo, mutated showdowns, piles of meat that you call "your friend," some Cherry Coke, the true spirit of NES, and a double helping of FACK. Oh yeah, don't forget the cue-ball eye, the Doom Magnetic, or that ostrich, either. Spend some time in William Pauley III's head and find yourself suffering mind-trip upon mind-trip upon mind-trip uponyou get the idea.

    21. I haven't been so happy for a book to end in a long time. The story was boring, the writing was lackluster, and I couldn't have cared less about anyone in the book. Really, the only reason it didn't get 1 star is because I liked the random drawings, I wonder if maybe the fact that I'm not in a bizarro mood might have added to the tedium of this novel.

    22. It's easy to use the term 'bizarro' as an excuse for lazy uninspired writing. This is not the case. 'The Brothers Crunk' is well-written and well-paced, with just the right amount of 'weird' to keep you on the brink of insanity.

    23. Great read. Like Pauley's other stuff, this story is full of rich, well developed characters. This one is a bit more straightforward than Doom Magnetic, but still very funny, with somewhat theme-based humor, but never gets gimmicky. Highly recommended for bizarro fans who want a "real" book.

    24. This is a fun novella about Wasp Women, Nintendo, and a man's mission to rescue his brother. And burritos. This story has keen dialogue and exciting action, including a Godzilla-esque battle in Tokyo. This book really made me smile.

    25. I read this book for three days straight. Had to stop when my thumbs got blisters and the game console started to smoke.

    26. good short bizzare read. Kind of like an anime, video game or 80s horror movie rolled into one. Some cool monster bikers.

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