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The Pinball Theory of Apocalypse – by Jonathan Selwood

The Pinball Theory of Apocalypse starts with the world is coming to an end.  Isabel Raven’s father, a Cal Tech physicist, has conclusively proven precisely when the world will end.

An earthquake hits LA right in the first few pages of the book, followed by several more earthquakes. Roads are torn up, buildings are falling down, and some are sinking back into the tar that is underneath it all. Instead of doom and gloom, this book turns out to actually be a very fun read!

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Outrageous Fortune – by Tim Scott

Outrageous Fortune begins with Jonny X67’s house having been stolen while he was at work designing dreams. Not robbed, not broken into, the entire house has been taken away.

All that is left is a business card, dropped by the thieves, that says “Don’t you hate it when this happens?” and a phone number.

From out of the sky drops a relentless encyclopedia saleswoman, who has jumped from an helicopter. Seems she knew he would be vulnerable at that moment, and is going for a big sale. Things get more bizarre from there.

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