Monday, December 2, 2013

Review of Kulture Vultures by William Vitka

Kulture Vultures is about a couple of aliens traveling around in a spaceship shaped like an old taxi cab to resurrect dead pulp heroes and scientists. Their goal: save Earth form the Combine, an evil mega-corporation that wishes to eliminate all the pulp media in the Universe.

That should be all you have to hear to know that Kulture Vultures is quirky, unique, irreverent, and clever sci-fi. This isn't bottled, dime-a-dozen fiction, and it's way too cool to want you to read it. Kulture Vultures is funny, entertaining, weird, and sometimes gross, but it's also more than that. The story celebrates and honors human culture, independent media, and free speech. If you love pulp fiction or you're looking for something that steps outside the normal, this is definitely for you.

P.S. Kulture Vultures is only 99 cents today and tomorrow! 

William Vitka is a journalist and author and native New Yorker/Pennsylvanian. He’s written for, Stuff Magazine, GameSpy, On Spec Magazine and The Red Penny Papers to name a few.

His debut novel, INFECTED, was published, kicking and screaming and bloody, in late 2012. His anthology of short stories, THE SPACE WHISKEY DEATH CHRONICLES, was published at the crack of 2013 by Curiosity Quills. EMERGENCE, a prequel to INFECTED, will knock your socks off. His latest book is the alien invasion tale STRANDED.

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1 comment:

  1. I love this cover. I bet this book is a riot. Thanks for introducing it to me!