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Thursday, February 10, 2011

Review - Help Wanted Human: No Experience Necessary by Stephen Anthony Wytrysowsky

Title: Help Wanted Human: No Experience Necessary

Author: Stephen Anthony Wytrysowsky

Publisher: Whisky Creek Press

Buy Link: Buy Help Wanted Human: No Experience Necessary Here!

Rating: You Need to Read

Reviewed By: Janelle



Now How Do We Get Rid of Them!

You've seen them on TV! You've read about them in the Global Inquisitor! Now, read the tell-all autobiography by Stephen Wytrysowski, of the US Interpreter Team and the subject of much of the controversy surrounding U.S./Alien relations. Why are they here? Are they're intentions as benign as they would have us believe? Can we make money of them? What atrocious humiliations are our citizens being subjected to at their super secret base? And what is their obsession with anal probing anyway? Steve reveals the answers in this book that our government does not want you to read!

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Written in diary format, this story is different from anything else I've reviewed thus far. It is also written as if the author used speech recognition software, so it is filled with misspelled words, odd punctuation, and colloquialisms. All of which adds up to a very entertaining story.

This story follows a young, undereducated, blue collar worker who is thrown into an extraordinary situation. Each of the aliens is unique in their appearance, personality, and culture. And even though the reader sees them only through the lens of Stephen's prospective - complete with biases and limited understanding - each species comes across clearly individual, rather than just a bunch of stereotype aliens of various colors.

Overall this book is a lot of fun. The only drawback is that some parts can be confusing. Whether this was intended or just a happenstance of the style, I could not tell.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the review, Janelle. Sorry if I was confusing, but, ya know, all this stuff confuses me too. Heck I just about stay confused.

    Steve Wytrysowski


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