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This past week we brought the highly amusing Duckett & Dyer: Dicks For Hire to a wider audience in celebration of the recent release of book 2, Duckett & Dyer: The One-Hundred Percent Solution. As usual, our Roadies brought a wide selection of content to this show and once again, it’s my pleasure to bring you the encore.
G.M. Nair is a crazy person who should never be taken seriously. Despite possessing both a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Aerospace Engineering, he has written comedy for the stage and
screen, and is the author of the highly unlucrative Duckett & Dyer: Dicks For Hire series.
G.M. Nair lives in New York City and in a constant state of delusion.
Duckett & Dyer: Dicks For Hire
Michael Duckett is fed up with his life. His job is a drag, and his roommate and best friend of fifteen years, Stephanie Dyer, is only making him more anxious with her lazy irresponsibility. Things continue to escalate when they face the threat of imminent eviction from their palatial 5th floor walk-up and find that someone has been plastering ads all over the city for their Detective Agency.
The only problem is: He and Stephanie don’t have one of those.
Despite their baffling levels of incompetence, Stephanie eagerly pursues this crazy scheme and drags Michael, kicking and screaming, into the fray only to find that they are way out of their depth. They stumble upon a web of missing people that are curiously linked to a sexually audacious theoretical physicist and his experiments with the fabric of space-time. And unless Michael and Stephanie can put their personal issues aside and fix the multi-verse, the concept of existence itself may, ironically, no longer exist.
MAY 17TH–THE WELCOMING
Whispers & Wonder – interview
Susy’s Cozy World – review
“And the story was just crazy! And fun! And it makes sense, in its warped ways. And it was just so full of absurd, weird things happening, funny gags and ideas, and I loved it! You have to like the weird and the absurd, but if you do, you’ll love this one!”
Ebookwyrm’s BlogCave – review
“This is one of the strangest and most enjoyable books I have read in a long while.”
The Good Book Nook – review
“Duckett & Dyer, what a crazy pair! I loved reading this book and following the steadfast, albeit rocky at times, friendship between Stephanie and Michael. With time travel, alternate universes and exploding humans, Duckett & Dyer work together to solve mysteries and literally save the world!”
Dream Come Review – review
“Nair did a great job of breakdown the multi-verse aspect of the story so that readers had a rudimentary understanding even if they had no background in physics. Duckett and Dyer’s adventures would be a fun introduction for readers (high school and upward) new to science fiction.”
BooksNBites – review
“The Noir, Scifi, Mystery vibe makes for a great setting that keeps the reader captivated. Then you add in what I like to call, your typical David Wong twists. Those are the mind bending, waaayyy outta left fields twists that leave you rolling on the floor laughing or with your head tilted going “Huh?!””
Knapsack – review
“Their very normality (they’re not part of super-elite government timecop corps) is what makes the story appealing, and Nair does a nice job of fleshing them out as characters.”
“I always thought I needed to read a book as sarcastic as me, with the same chaotic energy, but doubly hilarious and just as real. Everything about this book hits that spot: it’s witty, it’s dark humor at its finest, it blends science with ridiculous situations; it’s a wild ride! If Monty Python and Jim Carrey had a lovechild, this book would kick its ass.”
The Swordsmith – review
“The book unravels as you go, I was always curious to see they would hop to next in time and the multiverse, it truly was great to read. It has a clever plot which will keep you guessing until the end, and entertain you along the way.”
Witty and Sarcastic Bookclub – review of Duckett & Dyer: The One-Hundred Percent Solution
“The problem with this book is that it’s too freaking funny. I was forced to ignore any and all responsibilities to laugh my way through. It’s a real problem, I tell you.”
@bibliophilesandcoffee – review
“If you love time travel, alternate realities, detective stories and weird cow people then this book is for you. I absolutely loved it.”
The Grimdragon – review
“This was a particularly fun book to get lost in during this ::insert apocalyptic phrase here:: Who doesn’t want to read about incompetent schlubs going on an entertaining adventure, Douglas Adams style?!”
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