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The Taste of Cashews

The Taste of Cashews A Brief History of the Future Wesley Harden was an ordinary history teacher until he was accused of leading a rebellion that doesn t exist and stealing a weapon that no one understands Now if he wan

  • Title: The Taste of Cashews
  • Author: Will Hartzell-Baird
  • ISBN: 9781511808149
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Brief History of the Future Wesley Harden was an ordinary history teacher, until he was accused of leading a rebellion that doesn t exist and stealing a weapon that no one understands Now, if he wants to survive, he ll have to outrun a devious bounty hunter, a tyrannical Empire, and a local dictator who, on the whole, would rather have been an accountant But along tA Brief History of the Future Wesley Harden was an ordinary history teacher, until he was accused of leading a rebellion that doesn t exist and stealing a weapon that no one understands Now, if he wants to survive, he ll have to outrun a devious bounty hunter, a tyrannical Empire, and a local dictator who, on the whole, would rather have been an accountant But along the way, Wes just might learn that some things are important than surviving And, while he s at it, he might even prevent a cashew flavored apocalypse.

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    About "Will Hartzell-Baird"

    1. Will Hartzell-Baird

      Will Hartzell Baird is a software engineer, lawyer, and obviously, an author He released his first book, Death Mill Mansion A Lighthearted Comedy, in 2009, and immediately went on to release his second book, The Taste of Cashews, in mid 2015.He lives in Indianapolis with a variety of cats, and sporadically posts updates on his website, hartzellbaird, typically also about cats In his free time, he enjoys not mentioning his wife in his books.

    835 Comments

    1. There's something wonderfully paradoxical about humorous post-apocalyptic literature. Despite the intention of amusing and entertaining, there's usually an element of truth that lends a terrifying edge. This is no exception. Taking place in a post-natural disaster world, where humans have tried (and inevitability failed) to "breed away the stupid." What remains of our species is the oppression of the confused masses and an accidentally horrific overlord. Hilarity ensues, obviously.The characters [...]


    2. I really liked the humor here, definitely right up my alley. Clever and sharp. I could have used a little more from the story though. It felt aimless at times. Pretty fun, decent read though.



    3. I received this a first read. I really enjoyed this story. This is definitely an interesting mix of genres here but it works with this story. I found this book very funny. I really enjoyed this one. Will read more from this author.


    4. I won this book in the Good Reads Giveaway. I enjoyed the story. It is a post-apocalyptic comedy. I had never thought about the 2 going together, but the author puts them together very well. I would recommend this to anyone that enjoys Dystopian literature or Comedies.



    5. I won this book in a giveaway.If you like Monty Python and enjoy the writings of Douglas Adams ("The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" (1979), "The Restaurant at the End of the Universe" (1980), "Life, the Universe and Everything" (1982), "So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish" (1984)), you will love Will Hartzell-Baird's 'The Taste of Cashews."An ordinary history teacher, Wesley Harden, has been accused of leading a rebellion that doesn't even exist and stealing a weapon that no one understands [...]



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