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by Robert Eringer

  • ISBN: 1929175140
  • Author: Robert Eringer
  • ePub ver: 1618 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 232
  • Publisher: Corinthian Books (March 15, 2000)
  • Formats: docx lit doc txt
  • Category: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Humor & Satire
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Robert Eringer, born October 5, 1954, is an author, investigative journalist and private-sector counterintelligence operative.

Robert Eringer, born October 5, 1954, is an author, investigative journalist and private-sector counterintelligence operative. Salon magazine described Eringer as an "obscure journalist" with ties to Clair George, the former Deputy Director of Operations of the CIA. Eringer freelanced for the FBI's Foreign Division to assist with the apprehension of Edward Lee Howard, an ex-CIA officer who defected to the Soviet Union in 1985

Robert Eringer is an American author, journalist and former intelligence service director who lives in Santa Barbara . Eringer's tale is a brushstroke of suspense, shaded with comedy, tinged with farce. Its hue is popular culture, glazed with insanity; art versus humanity

Robert Eringer is an American author, journalist and former intelligence service director who lives in Santa Barbara, California. Its hue is popular culture, glazed with insanity; art versus humanity.

Lo Mein is Robert Eringer's second book (after 1998's Crinkum Crankum) to star ex-FBI agent Jeff Dalkin, a Bruce Willis look-alike with an involuntarily foul mouth, and this time he's on the trail of a New York ist. Wi A new novel featuring a detective with Tourette's syndrome sounds a lot like Jonathan Lethem's Motherless Brooklyn, but don't be fooled.

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Tejar
A quirky read from an author new to me, but not for long. I read this whole book on a flight from Chicago to San Francisco. My laughing out loud had passangers & flight crew looking at me like I was some crazy woman.
I've been going aroung for days saying "Lo mein" out loud and laughing to my self. My husband read it as soon as I finished, and he's also "lo mein-ing all over the place.
If you've even thought about what makes a person creative or a genius, this book will give you plenty of food for thought.
I don't want to give away the plot, but let me say the premise, as clever as it is, will offend some people. Suspend belief and enjoy it for the good story it is.
And if you guess the ending, I'll eat this review. It sure caught me by surprise.
Garne
Lo Mein: Like Crime and Punishment, but with more crime, less punishment and the untimely death of Mickey Mouse.
There are certain types of entertainment that seem to revel in the bizarre, sick and twisted. Surely Lo Mein, a new novel by Robert Eringer, falls into this category.
Lo Mein seems reminiscent of the movie Very Bad Things, which starred Cameron Diaz and Christian Slater. In the movie, people are killed without regard to the death's role in the plot, with each gruesome death played up as supposedly "funny."
In this same vein of humor lies Lo Mein.
Willard Stukey is an artist who has never sold a single painting. Making comparisons between himself and van Gogh, who also never sold any paintings during his lifetime, only soothes his discontent for a short time.
Stukey plots his way to fame with the theory that it would be better to be famous behind bars than to never be famous at all. He purchases a gun and goes to Disney World, where he plans to murder many people, as this will surely attract the recognition he needs.
Upon arriving in Disney World, Stukey goes to the rides with the longest lines, but decides that a murder based only on the amount of people present is not inspired enough. Instead, he waits until the parade goes down Main Street before he lets loose a shower of bullets and then flees to Kentucky.
Mickey and Minnie Mouse lie among the dead, and the "Mickey Murder Manhunt," as the story comes to be known on CNN, is the leading story of the day. However, newscasters report that Stukey is a failed artist on the run from authorities. Stukey thus calls in and says that if the station doesn't refer to him as a successful artist, he will go on another killing rampage- first with Donald Duck and then with a multitude of other Disney characters.
As can be expected, Disney chief Michael Eisner is not pleased with the death toll mounting at his amusement parks, and he calls his own personal investigator, Jef Dalkin, onto the case. Dalkin looks exactly like Bruce Willis and suffers from Tourette Syndrome. This combination gets Dalkin in trouble repeatedly and lands Willis' name in the tabloids more than once.
The whole Tourette Syndrome subplot is supposed to be funny, but frankly, it's not - it comes off as a weak ploy to get laughs rather than an attempt at well-developed jokes or legitimate humor.
Still, the deaths in Disney World do have a twinge of twisted humor; the murder spree exacts the ultimate revenge on the Disneyfication of the world.
If any greater lesson is to be derived from Lo Mein (and that seems unlikely), it's Eringer's denouncement of the irrational litigation rampant in American society compiled with the large amounts of power in the hands of such entities as Walt Disney and CNN.
Otherwise, the book only offers some very bad artists doing very bad things.
X-MEN
I never know what to expect from Robert Eringer and this book didn't let me down. It is strange, hilarious, disturbing and a page-turner. Be careful reading it in public because you will laugh out loud and maybe even shudder in parts.
Raelin
Lo Mein is an outstanding book. It is frightening predictive of the madness of mass murderers. Robert Eringer has a remarkable turn of phrase and the story moves quickly to an unexpected conclusion.

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