HEY. LISTEN UP. I know all you proles out there are enjoying the latest in sporting and sports and cheering for the Boston Stranglers versus the New York Atlanta Eagles, but that’s gotta stop. Put down the remote. Ignore that. If you’re reading this after the sporting game, I hope that Jan Brady didn’t win. That’s all I will say about this.

So if you’re bored with the sporting or its after the sporting and you stumble onto this, just know that TIME LOOTER: EPISODE TWO just exploded all over the internet like a radioactive good time bomb of pure brilliance that will change forever how you see the universe and the Titanic and race relations.

It’s just that good. How good, you say? Well, Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel¬†came back to life just to review this, and they NEVER REVIEWED ONE BOOK IN THEIR LIVES. Seriously. It’s all over the news; they are at a Starbucks in downtown Chicago and Ebert is sporting a massive erection that everyone notices and he’s answering only in riddles. Look it up. Kafka wrote his first blog praising it after jumping out of his grave. They taught him the internet so he could do it. It took them three hours for one paragraph to be typed out on wordpress.

This novella is the second episode of possibly the greatest ever series in the history of series and you’re about to get a face full of it. Strap in. Try not to scream. If it gets too intense, put down the kindle or kindle like device and go outside and call a loved one and tell them you know how the universe works now.

I think it’s sort of action-y and funny as well. ¬†It’s like Hemingway and James Cameron got together and Hemingway and James Cameron got fired but the 12 year old who’s Dad runs FOX stumbled into the drawing room and re-arranged their notes in a haphazard fashion and slapped his name on it. That’s the thing you’re investing in. A glorified mess of the infinite.

The future. And the past. And the present. And brilliance. And Casey Atlas figuring out how to survive the Titanic.

Best regards, friends.

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About Forbes West

Forbes West was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois and graduated with a Master’s Degree in Political Science from California State University, Long Beach. He currently lives and works mostly in San Francisco, CA and owns a home in Ojima, Japan- a village five hours south of Tokyo by car that is in the foothills of Mt. Fuji.

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