An Alien Advance Party Was Suddenly Nosing Around My Planet Worse, They Were Lawyering UpIn The Hilarious Tradition Of The Hitchhiker S Guide To The Galaxy, Rob Reid Takes You On A Headlong Journey Through The Outer Reaches Of The Universe And The Inner Workings Of Our Absurdly Dysfunctional Music Industry.Low Level Entertainment Lawyer Nick Carter Thinks It S A Prank, Not An Alien Encounter, When A Redheaded Mullah And A Curvaceous Nun Show Up At His Office But Frampton And Carly Are Highly Advanced If Bumbling Extraterrestrials And Boy, Do They Have News.The Entire Cosmos, They Tell Him, Has Been Hopelessly Hooked On Humanity S Music Ever Since Year Zero 1977 To Us , When American Pop Songs First Reached Alien Ears This Addiction Has Driven A Vast Intergalactic Society To Commit The Biggest Copyright Violation Since The Big Bang The Resulting Fines And Penalties Have Bankrupted The Whole Universe We Humans Suddenly Own Everything And The Aliens Are Not Amused.Nick Carter Has Just Been Tapped To Clean Up This Mess Before Things Get Ugly, And He S An Unlikely Galaxy Hopping Hero He S Scared Of Heights He S Also About To Be Fired And He Happens To Have The Same Name As A Backstreet Boy But He Does Know A Thing Or Two About Copyright Law And He S Packing A Couple Of Other Pencil Pushing Superpowers That Could Come In Handy.Soon He S On The Run From A Sinister Parrot And A Highly Combustible Vacuum Cleaner With Carly And Frampton As His Guides, Nick Now Has Forty Eight Hours To Save Humanity, While Hopefully Wowing The Hot Girl Who Lives Down The Hall From Him.
Rob Reid is a writer and technology entrepreneur based in both Los Angeles and San Francisco, California He s the author of Year Zero Del Rey, 2012 a novel about aliens with a mad passion for human music He also wrote Year One William Morrow, 1994 , a memoir about student life at Harvard Business School and Architects of the Web Wiley, 1997 , which chronicles the rise of the Interne
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- Year Zero
- Rob Reid
- 02 April 2019 Rob Reid