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Fat Whack
The Fat in the Machine
by Andrew Franks View author's profile page

Overview


Fat Whack is back! The Fat Whack family are all moving forward with their new responsibilities. Unknown to them, a new threat is on the rise. People are being torn apart like cheese in a grater. A path of severed limbs and gruesome death leads the Fat Whackers into a violent confrontation—one that they might not all be able to survive. They encounter a murderous machine that is fat with evil, and some fat is harder to whack than others.
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Description


Fat Whack is back! It's New Year's Eve, 1999. Time to celebrate the beginning of a new millennium! Instead, people all around the globe are waiting in trepidation for computers to rise up and take over the world. It's a silly thing to fear—or is it? Meanwhile, Carina Lopez is still on the road to recovery after a traumatic experience involving a fat man pumped full of demons and medication. Ninja #5's daughter, Kumiko, has begun training her in the Fat Whack Way. She will be the clan's first trainee in over a decade. Steven, also known as Ninja #5, has decided to take a well-deserved break, and everyone's surprised when Alda decides to go with him. Billy Ito and Drew have taken on the monumental task of rebuilding the Fat Whack brand from the ground up. It will take hard work, patience, and some imagination to get the public back on board after all these years. The Fat Whack family are all moving forward with their new responsibilities. Unknown to them, a new threat is on the rise. People are being torn apart like cheese in a grater. A path of severed limbs and gruesome death leads the Fat Whackers into a violent confrontation—one that they might not all be able to survive. This murderous machine is fat with evil, and some fat is harder to whack than others.
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About the author


Andrew Franks lives close to the beach, but never goes to the beach. His favorite food is a fully loaded baked potato, but he wouldn't kick a burrito out of bed. He's gifted at the art of puppetry, but every time he puts that fact on a job application, the employer doesn't seem to care.
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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Action & Adventure

Language:English

Series title:Fat Whack

Series Number:2

Pages:146

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781543988895

Paperback ISBN:9781543988888


Overview


Fat Whack is back! The Fat Whack family are all moving forward with their new responsibilities. Unknown to them, a new threat is on the rise. People are being torn apart like cheese in a grater. A path of severed limbs and gruesome death leads the Fat Whackers into a violent confrontation—one that they might not all be able to survive. They encounter a murderous machine that is fat with evil, and some fat is harder to whack than others.

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Description


Fat Whack is back! It's New Year's Eve, 1999. Time to celebrate the beginning of a new millennium! Instead, people all around the globe are waiting in trepidation for computers to rise up and take over the world. It's a silly thing to fear—or is it? Meanwhile, Carina Lopez is still on the road to recovery after a traumatic experience involving a fat man pumped full of demons and medication. Ninja #5's daughter, Kumiko, has begun training her in the Fat Whack Way. She will be the clan's first trainee in over a decade. Steven, also known as Ninja #5, has decided to take a well-deserved break, and everyone's surprised when Alda decides to go with him. Billy Ito and Drew have taken on the monumental task of rebuilding the Fat Whack brand from the ground up. It will take hard work, patience, and some imagination to get the public back on board after all these years. The Fat Whack family are all moving forward with their new responsibilities. Unknown to them, a new threat is on the rise. People are being torn apart like cheese in a grater. A path of severed limbs and gruesome death leads the Fat Whackers into a violent confrontation—one that they might not all be able to survive. This murderous machine is fat with evil, and some fat is harder to whack than others.

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About the author


Andrew Franks lives close to the beach, but never goes to the beach. His favorite food is a fully loaded baked potato, but he wouldn't kick a burrito out of bed. He's gifted at the art of puppetry, but every time he puts that fact on a job application, the employer doesn't seem to care.
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