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Wackos to Obliterate Mavis Kincaid Believed Fifty Six Was Too Early To Retire, But Her Husband George Was Sure They Had Played The Game And Won, So They Sold Their Home To Become RV Gypsies Shortly After They Hit The Road, Their Stocks Plummet To Help Make Ends Meet, Mavis Finds She Has The Knack To Craft Romances, While George Discovers He Can Work At Home As A Paid Troll Of Political Websites For The Enigmatic Bit Group Stability Seems To Return Until George Agrees To Attend A Training Session For Trolls Held In A Small Indiana Town While Staying In An RV Park On The Town S Outskirts, The Kincaids Come Into Contact With People And Events That Instigate A Cycle Of Change Impossible To Anticipate Thrown Their Way Is An Unnervingly Beautiful Young Couple, A Case Of Wiretapping, A Renewed Surge Of Libido, Duck Hunts, Rowdy Campers, And Echoes Of Conspiracy Into The Mix Arrives An Overweight Troll Of Legend Rud To Have Written Than 100,000 Messages On Websites Since The Birth Of Broadband Sporting A Goatee That Vaguely Resembles A Part Of The Female Anatomy, And Possessing A Back Story.Part One Ends With An Unforeseen Consequence Of George S Trolling.

3 thoughts on “Wackos to Obliterate


  1. says:

    A thoroughly entertaining, enjoyable and interesting short read.Who would have thought a book about Internet political trolls, life spent in RV campsites, and duck hunting could make for such a good book But that is exactly what the author, Kenneth Wayne, has managed to do extremely well done.I ve read two other books by the same author Clip that tells the amusing and intriguing story of a man who discovers he s the lead in a pornographic video clip that he knew nothing about, and An American Branch, about the political and sexual shenanigans at a Japanese based branch of an American language school Both were five star reads Wackos to Obliterate completes the author s trio of accolades.George and Mavis Kincaid, two early retirees, have been touring the US in their RV for three years They stop at a site in Indianapolis where George becomes involved with a group of political trolls and Mavis turns to writing romantic fiction which she finds lucrative and enjoyable When they re befriended by a younger, duck hunting couple they at first welcome them with open arms until they believe that the couple have other, sinister intentions.It s Kenneth Wayne s fluid, easy style of writing that lets the reader glide through this intriguing story, while learning about Internet trolls, the lifestyle of RV owners and users, and duck hunting as a bonus, you get to find out how ...


  2. says:

    I enjoyed reading this novella and found it an interesting and informative read I did not know what a troll was or did, and now I can safely claim that I do It is very well written, and I found it easy to relate to the story although it was set in America I think it s a great idea to live like a normad and tour around, especially in a large country like the USA, something I wouldn t mind doing myself, given half the chance Indie authors would also be able to relate to ...

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