Book Reviews of Dead Bitch Army

Dead Bitch Army
Dead Bitch Army
Author: Andre Duza
ISBN-13: 9780976249818
ISBN-10: 0976249812
Publication Date: 10/31/2004
Pages: 344
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Eraserhead Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
Hard to get into the book because of the writing style. Illustrations are interesting.

From the back cover (spelling and grammar as written):
Step into a world filled with racist teenagers, masked assassins, cannibals, a telekenetic hitman, 100 warped Uncle Sams, automobiles with razor-sharp teeth, living graffiti, cartoons that walk and talk, a steroid-addicted pro-athlete, an angry black chic, a washed-up Barbara Walters clone, the threat of a war to end all wars, an a pissed-off zombie bitch out for revenge.

When the police finally capture the number one suspect in the Bloody Mary Murders, a single-mother named Natasha Armstrong, nobody believes her story about her twelve-year search for the real killer, a murderous walking corpse who has no eyes but can still see, who moves like a bad stop-motion incarnation, but does so with ethereal grace. Nobody believes her when she tells them about all the bodies, or the people they used as game for their military-style obstacle courses that Bloody Mary and her soldiers, a ragtag group made up mostly of runaways, would build wherever they'd settle in any given town to recruit more soldiers and prepare for the end of civilization as we know it.
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It starts out promising, and is interesting reading, but turns into gibberish at the end. I was especially appalled at the mistakes in the book; didn't an editor read this? Or run spellcheck? Sometimes I had to turn the page back to make sure that I the passage I was now reading was somehow connected to the one I just finished. I thought I turned to the wrong page. The sentences are missing syntax and punctuation; it isn't an affectation, it's just poor editing. The book would have been mediocre on its own merits, but with all the problems it just isn't very good at all. I liked the artwork.