• Don't Touch the Blue Stuff!

  • Where the Hell is Tesla?, Book 2
  • By: Rob Dircks
  • Narrated by: Rob Dircks
  • Length: 6 hrs and 32 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (1,539 ratings)

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Don't Touch the Blue Stuff!

By: Rob Dircks
Narrated by: Rob Dircks
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Publisher's summary

Something called the “Blue Juice" is coming. For all of us. 

Luckily, me (Chip Collins), Pete, Nikola Tesla, Bobo, and FBI Agent Gina Phillips are here to kick its ass, and send it back to last Tuesday. Maybe. Or maybe we'll fail, and everyone in the multiverse is doomed. (Seriously, you might want to get that underground bunker ready.) Either way, I've got to get home to Julie and find out – woah, I'm not about to tell you that right here in the book description! TMI, dude. 

WARNING: If you haven't heard Where the Hell is Tesla?, I apologize in advance, as you might get completely freaking lost. If you do, just call my apartment, I'm usually around, and I'll fill you in. (If I'm not stuck in the ITA.) – Chip 

©2017 Rob Dircks (P)2017 Rob Dircks

Critic reviews

"An amusing and unexpectedly crazy ride - a perfect and hilarious follow-up to Where the Hell is Tesla?” (AudiobookReviewer.com)

"So damn funny and insanely entertaining! Loved the first one and this was just as fun.” (Dan Bova, Entrepreneur.com )

"Chip’s at it again! He was very fun in Where the Hell Is Tesla? and he’s just as fun in this book. And Dircks continues to impress me with his narrating abilities.” (Dab of Darkness Reviews)