By Justin hunter
Welcome to the darkest of comedies. Chet & Floyd vs. the Apocalypse: Volume 1 is a tribute to the anti-hero. This lightning paced, ultra-violent novel will find and tickle the blackest part of your funny bone. The big death has brought the end of most of the life on earth. The planet is like the mortally wounded, limping along as it bleeds out. Every day is colder than the last. There is no food. The humans that were spared from death's swath are now roaming the earth, starving and decadent. Cannibalism and Nihilism rule. This was the time of Chet and Floyd. Plunging across the apocalyptic landscape in their 1971 Volkswagen Super Beetle, Chet and Floyd navigate their way through this new world. Chet, who starts the novel with ten fingers but won't keep them all by the end of the story, is obsessed with finding morality in an environment which is anything but. Floyd is his stoic voice of reason, which isn't saying much in a world where there isn't any reason at all.
This book was okay.. very different then all the other apocalypse ones... chet and floyd they are very odd team.. i do believe chet has bipolar big time lol... this book was funny and twisted at the same time.. looking forward to reading book 2....
I give it (3.90 star out of 5) from it being funny and twisted