Summary

Meet Reginald "Habst" Habstermeister: burnout, urban explorer, and loveable loser. Leeching off his oversexed and underage girlfriend, and living the life of luxury in her wealthy mother's mansion, he doesn't have a care in the world.
But when Habst unwittingly becomes the prime suspect in the sabotage of Walt Disney World's most hated attractions, he has no choice but to enter a seedy web of Darknet intrigue in order to clear his name.
One part comedy, one part mystery, and one part sci-fi futurism, Habst and the Disney Saboteurs is Kinsey's most ambitious and exciting book yet.
©2014 Leonard Kinsey (P)2014 Leonard Kinsey
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3 out of 5 stars
By aussieGeorge68 on 22-06-15

Not as good as the last book

An ok-ish book. Unlike the last book our kingdom of dust, this book did not really engage my interest. The dialogue was crude and childish and lacked the charm present in the last book.

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