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To the surprise of most of the universe, Earth has entered into an era of peace. That is, until a trio of titanic space monsters arrive.  

Bounty hunter Duke LaGrange has seemingly retired on the primitive world of Neprius. His former sidekick, Ishiro’shea, has hung up his katana and is now the proud owner of the galaxy’s loudest bar, Cyborg Joe’s Grill N’ Go and The Why Not Saloon on the planet Kelt. But when a mysterious entity visits Duke and warns him of a great danger set to destroy Earth, he must decide if he will get the gang back together for one last mission. Unfortunately for the brave crew of the Deus Ex Machina, the mission includes indestructible building-smashing behemoths from the unknown regions of the cosmos, savage cyborg mercenaries, and an old friend that simply won’t die. 

How to Battle Giant Monsters with a Drunk Space Ninja is the fourth book in the Adventures of Duke LaGrange, a series of hilarious sci-fi adventure romps from the creative mind of Jay Key. You are sure to fall in love with Key’s menagerie of colorful characters and laugh-out-loud storytelling talents. 

©2020 Jay Key (P)2020 Jay Key

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  • 11-24-20

Like a Godzilla movie in book form

You will have need to have read the other Duke LaGrange books but this one feels so different. It’s like a Godzilla monster film in the written word. Not as funny as the previous three but just as absurd and wacky. A good and light hearted romp.

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