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Hello Devilfish!  by Ron Dakron

Hello Devilfish!
by Ron Dakron

HELLO DEVILFISH!, the hilarious forthcoming “Manglish” shock-pop novel by Ron Dakron, receives a rave review in the new issue of Publishers Weekly.

The anarchist as social monster, scoffing at bourgeois values, is supersized into a 90-ft. “gigantor” blue stingray in this rapid-fire stomp through pop culture and Japanese monster movies. The titular creature, actually named Hello Devilfish! and also known as the “Marquis de Cod,” sprays napalm breath along with caustic commentary on the hapless residents of Tokyo while fleeing the unwanted affections of Squidra, a 100-ft. cuttlefish aiming to usurp his turf and his love. Seeking to destroy “Big Lit,” Hello Devilfish! proclaims his anti-book manifesto. Then an industrial accident shrinks him down into mere human form. Mistaken for a member of Blue Man Group, he wanders the Tokyo nightlife, sampling fast-food sea-slug sandwiches and cosplay bars, always dodging Squidra’s grasping tentacles. . . Resistance may be futile, but this book at least makes it fun. (Oct.)

Complete review is here. More on Ron Dakron and Hello Devilfish! here.

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