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Publisher's Summary

The debut novel from Zack Parsons, My Tank is Fight! is a mind-bending journey through time and genres. Beginning in 1874, with a blood-soaked western story of revenge, Liminal States follows a trio of characters through a 1950s noir detective story and 21st-century sci-fi horror. Their paths are tragically intertwined and their choices have far-reaching consequences for the course of American history.

©2012 Zach Parsons (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

Critic Reviews

"Parsons's debut is a tour-de-force, a justifiably showy demonstration of the author's chameleon-like ability to write in several genres all at once, and it emerges as one of the scariest and bleakest tales I can remember." (Cory Doctorow, bestselling author of Little Brother)

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Captivating and original concept

I will say the first portion was my favorite and as it progresses it can be a little hard to follow but this is The Matrix of books. It will open your mind to things you could never begin to imagine.

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Great world building, but the characters get lost

Really interesting premise, with a lot of cool world building, but I felt a little bit disconnected from main characters as they changed through the book's storyline. I really would get into a character, only to become less invested later on as the focus of the book changed.

Very interesting rule creation on how this world works though. also, the secrets of the book are given away at a very well-timed pace.

Overall, definitely worth a listen.