Malka Yagudayev is a triumphant twenty two year old writer, designer and business woman. She is an inspiration for young adults everywhere. Malka launched her writing career as the author of two heart-warming poetry books. This is her first satire and she is thrilled with the new change in direction because sarcasm seems to come naturally to her. She created a men's and women's sports line called, 718 by Malka Yagudayev. This clothing line is designed for both comfort and style and will be available for purchase soon. Besides that, she established her very own professional writing company called MYiNK Services which caters to both individuals and small businesses. Her clientele ranges from singers and rappers, to directors, jewelers and designers. Her vision is to help individuals as well as business owners promote themselves and become prosperous. Malka Yagudayev is a driven and motivated young individual. She is a role model for young adults and proves that with hard work and dedication, you can achieve any goals you set for yourself
Joe Chambers is a CIA operative working in Dublin. Assigned to an agency-fronted publishing house, his problems include, but are not limited to, errant MI6 agents, insane profit-making schemes, a Francoist dwarf, and a tapeworm named Steve. He is an utterly reprehensible character, fond of submerging his head in a sink-full of whiskey and fantasising about brutally murdering irritating teenagers. He is, in other words, the perfect guide to this bizarre and repulsive journey into Dublin’s gutters.
Jay Spencer Green presents a twisted and exaggerated, but wholly recognisable vision of Dublin. A place of suicide bombings, mass canine culling in the Phoenix Park, “cheap Moore Street socks (35 euros for 6 pairs)”, online divorce, and enough red tape and bureaucracy to drive a man to murder. A place where “cat’s cheese salad” and a dubious pork/human hybrid meat share the menu. It is a Dublin of no redemption. The whole book is a dig at a country that lost the run of itself in the good times, and just lost itself in the bad.
A raucous mix of double crosses, brothels, triple crosses, and cocktail recipes, Breakfast at Cannibal Joe’s is a dark, twisted, and picaresque tale that fans of Kurt Vonnegut, Hunter S. Thompson, and Joseph Heller will love.
Chuck Palahniuk showed himself to be his generation’s most visionary satirist in this, his first book. Fight Club’s estranged narrator leaves his lackluster job when he comes under the thrall of Tyler Durden, an enigmatic young man who holds secret after-hours boxing matches in the basements of bars. There, two men fight "as long as they have to." This is a gloriously original work that exposes the darkness at the core of our modern world.