|Title||:||masters of stupidity|
|Number of Pages||:||280 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
masters of stupidity Reviews
I havnt had the pleasure of reading this but have been able to cobble together some info:Maxwell Landon was a novice writer, unafraid, who knew too much about communist activities. So they were 'out to get him.' In this suspenseful book, Landon, often referring to himself as 'Maxie' and ending chapters with 'well, thats enough of that', tells what happened when he moved to california from 1944-1952 and found the place overrun by communists. After mentioning loudly that he was going to write about what he knew, he is relentlessly stalked by persons seen and unseen for the remainder of the story.Aggressively bad writing by someone trying to make a point on nearly every page about how much wiser/cooler/tougher he is compared to most of the pathetic excuses for human beings that surround him.The whole thing is almost too ridiculous for words, but unfortunately that doesn't stop him from giving the reader plenty of them in a nearly incoherent mash-up of his obnoxious personality, his utter lack of writing ability, and his almost sub-moronic level of political knowledge/sophistication.