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I Ain't Got No Home in This World Anymore

Narrated by: Gordon Greenhill
Length: 5 hrs and 22 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Back in the fictional Northern Ontario city of Lac-Sainte-Catherine, Mike Sauve takes listeners on a round-and-back adventure in the classic tradition of H.G. Wells, where two bumbling time travelers take a sad look at their past(s), their McDonald's issues and blackout binges, and their sentimental pratfalls and romantic flagellations, all to try and find their way home again.

In the third nonlinear installment of his L-S-C universe, first with a wraith, then with a plague, and now through time, the author again applies his slapstick sensibilities to the indignities of a small town upbringing, asserting that while our hometowns may have been good places to come from, they remain tricky places to return to - contemptuously, wistfully, or in this case, temporally. 

©2018 Montag Press (P)2018 Michael Sauve

Critic Reviews

"This time travel farce reads like a Philip K. Dick plot as channeled by a delirious Hunter S. Thompson. Sam McQuiggan is a divorced drunk earning minimum wage at the local Good Feels Fitness gym. Things can’t get worse, but they suddenly get strange when Sam is visited by a wayward alternate future version of himself. The two Sams hit it off, binging on booze, crack, and fast food. Reflecting on how their lives went so horribly wrong, the two hatch a crazed plan: they will travel back to a parallel past and save their younger self from becoming another deadbeat. But once back in 2001, high school Sam appears to be enjoying the love life they always dreamt of, and the future Sams may have just ruined it all by getting young Sam implicated in the accidental killing of his former best friend. As Sam continues to time-hop, causing irreparable damage everywhere he goes, he steadily realizes that it isn’t his past lives he needs to fix, but rather his present self. Sauve (The Apocalypse of Lloyd) crafts an inventive, lurid meditation on our relationship with technology and former mistakes. It’s frequently hilarious and, by the end, wrenchingly poignant." (Publisher's Weekly, starred review) 

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That all being said, I laughed out loud twice list

I honestly had no clue what I was going to get with this story. It was pretty much a story of how a guy can just keep messing up his life, with time travel and a future self of his to add more stupidity to the mix. They went back in time to fix his mistakes, but the mistakes happened because of who he is as a person. Only when he changed who he was, was when things started going right for him. There is a lot of mention of sex, drugs and what not to be aware of that.

That all being said, I laughed out loud twice listening to this story. It was entertaining to see how absurd it got, how much he could just keep repeating the same mistakes.