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Cuddly Holocaust Paperback – 1 Jan 2013
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I'd say this heroine is really interesting. I like her complexity. Mellick does not always do a female protagonist, but when he does I love them.
This one is a little different from his others. I'd say it is more steadily paced. It is also a little longer, which allows a straightforward series of events to unfold. This is one of his scenarios that is a little easier to make "plausible" with explanation, so it was easier for me to feel immersed and get into the whole "okay, I buy this" mindset.
For me, this is one of Mellick's best books. A truly bizarro concept taken completely serious and drawn to lengths of unimaginable levels. Some really dark moments and ideas in this and not for the timid. I love when Mellick comes up with a crazy idea and then shoots that idea with steroids to make it even more insane. This book is certainly in that category. For new readers, this is a great book to start with as an example of Mellick at his best and what he can do with storytelling. Monstrous recommendation.
Smart toys are all the rage amongst children. As a child Julie received her own panda smart toy named Poro that she loved very much. Poro’s vulgar mouth and obscene gestures set Julie’s mother over the edge and she wanted him gone. (Think of the teddy bear movie in the movie Ted – yes, he was that bad). But soon enough all the smart toys rebelled and waged war on the humans. Fast forward seven years and Julie goes undercover as a panda in a toy brigade to kill the enemy and rescue her parents from a detention center.
All toys are involved in the war against the humans not just plush animals. There are also Care Bears, Transformers, little green soldiers, Cabbage Patch dolls, Barbie dolls and clowns. These once loveable toys turned into sadistic killing machines. Lots of blood and guts on these pages and the battle scenes were well crafted. My favorite character was Pepper the Sunflower.
One of my favorite CM3 books to date.