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A brand new, full-length novel starring the master of the mystic arts, the Green Lama. Written by Adam Lance Garcia, this wall-to-wall pulp adventure pits the Green Lama and his friends against the Nazis of the Third Reich and an ancient evil from beyond the stars. Soon to become a true pulp classic, this is an audiobook that belongs in every true pulp fan's library.

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Om Mani Padme Fhtagn!?!

Question: What do you get when you take the Green Lama, mix in some nazis, and add a dash of Lovecraft? A tasty treat! This book doesn't bake, it broils.

The Green Lama fights ratzis and Cthulhu in the third book, and the world is better for it, even if Mr. Dumont isn't. This is a wonderfully woven tale of action and suspense, and is the pay off that you deserved from the first two books. This is pulp at its finest, and if you like this genre you will love this book!

Again, Garcia's writing style just perfect. He knows the era, he knows the characters, and he knows the setting. You really do feel like you are reading an original pulp novel that has modern sensibilities. Jiraiya Addams has found his niche, and I cannot say how perfectly he fleshes out Garcia's story. A wonderful narrator, one I will now look for, he adds so much depth and style that he makes the story his own. I started thinking about comic books, and how an inker can take an artist and make him great or drag him down. This is like Jack Kirby drawing the storyboard, and Joe Sinnott inking them. Pure perfect pulp popcorn!

One must hope that the two of them reunite again in the future

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  • Toby
  • 06-07-18

Really Rather Tedious

There are some interesting elements and the character of The Green Lama is a fun idea but the collision with the Cthulhu Mythos just doesn't really work here.