Koontown Killing Kaper

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  • Title: Koontown Killing Kaper
  • Author: Bill Campbell
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  • Page: 225
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Koontown Killing Kaper

About Author

  1. Bill Campbell is a native of Pittsburgh and an alumnus of Northwestern University Throughout his varied and illustrious career, he has done everything from assembling Christmas toys in Cleveland loading trucks, bookkeeping, and being an AmeriCorps volunteer in Atlanta coordinating an elementary school literacy program in D.C to teaching English as a second language in the Czech Republic He s also the former publisher of the independent magazine, Contraband, and the music trade magazine, CD Revolutions Bill came out with Sunshine Patriots, a semi satirical, military sf novel, back in 2004 My Booty Novel, which he likes to call fluff for nerds, came out in 2007 His new book, Pop Culture Politics, Puns, and Poohbutt from a Liberal Stay at Home Dad was released in September, 2010.Bill lives in Washington, DC, where he has worked as a music critic for ink19 and currently works for a company that produces books for the blind for the Library of Congress.

One thought on “Koontown Killing Kaper

  1. From chapters wun, tu, free, straight fru the eppylog, with it s slapdash brash pimpnakang satire, Koontown reminds me a lot of the 1988 blaxploitation parody I m Gonna Git You Sucka Now, I loved, loved Wayan s movie, though admittedly it s much different watching this type satire as opposed to reading it Even so, I must give it to Campbell for being able to adapt this form of art to literature It might seem easy, like common day fare, but there s actually an investigation taking place in the ra [...]


  2. This was a fun satire and made a lot of really unexpected, yet fantastic, points about what it is to be Black in the 21st Century and 19th Century From the title to the cover art to the content itself, this tale is truly dangerous from front to back Approach with an open mind.


  3. So yeah that was something Despite knowing that this was satire, it took me until halfway through the book to really get on board and be part of the author s nudge wink clique for the remainder And I m not sure I was on board enough to really get any pay off at the end It was a really stop and start reading experience for me, not at all smooth until the last 15% or so.This excerpt, I think, really captures my reaction to the first part of the book view spoiler Suddenly, a well tailored, hip lade [...]


  4. Before I say a word, read this awesome interview with the author joeypinkney 5 minutes 5 quThis was a fantastic book that I almost didn t pick up K Tempest Bradford featured the book in her Tempest Challenge recommendations, and I had seen the book recommended based on many other books I had been enjoying, but the picture, the name, and the not so subtle allusion that name s particular spelling choice makes to white supremacy made me incredibly uncomfortable.So I picked up Sunshine Patriots, whi [...]


  5. The funniest, craziest, loudest, least PC, outrageous est book I ve ever read Yes, it s THAT good but you gotta have a sense of humor and understand that it s a black comedy, in both senses of the term.This book is not for everyone in fact, if you have young children at home, put this one on the highest shelf for language and adult situations But if you grew up on 80 s hip hop growing up in PG certainly helps and can catch the black cultural references, you will be ROTFLYAO like I was For Real A [...]


  6. This book is full of tightly packed allegory It is not for the easily offended, and I would say those who don t know black history will miss the significance of many names and events.Bill Campbell has managed to write the most anti commercial novel I have ever read Even the cover is a golliwog s head with a bleeding bullet hole between the eyes Sorry, but I could not take it to the coffeeshop because it draws too much attention.From Marion Sims to the murder of Malcolm X, Cambell manages to take [...]


  7. I understand satire Well, at least I THINK I do But I always understood it to be subtle, yet focused and merciless in its critique This book, while brilliant in its premise, and at times, raucously and shamefully funny, sometimes lays it on too thick Less is , n ah mean


  8. I found this book at Criminal Records, in Atlanta Mr Campbell enscribed the book to me, and I must say, I am glad I read it It is satire, and I found it hilarious Three words hooked me into wanting to read this Vampire Crack Babies.You read that correctly.



  9. 2 laudable opening chapters, but then long stretches where I had to discipline myself to persist Great potential, greatly un realized.




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