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Morty Shallman’s new book receives a warm literary welcome

Readers’ Favorite announces the review of the Fiction – Literary book “War and Sex” by Morty Shallman, currently available at

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“That’s why they call it the fog of war. You don’t even know what you don’t know or how you might feel when you find out.” The same applies to life in general. War And Sex by Morty Shallman is a raunchy and cunning tale about a man spending his entire life without knowing much of anything until reality hits him like a ton of bricks. Rod Solo is that man. He used to be a bomber pilot who later became a drone operator and ultimately descended even further on the social scale to become a hired assassin. Rod is not truly on a mission, just one screwed-up individual in a world that is anything but what it seems. As the body count rises in this delightfully absurd story, Rod may finally figure out that the only person who has to be comfortable with who and what he is all about is Rod himself.

Imagine if Caligula, Machiavelli, and Groucho Marx collaborated to write a novel. That would be one way to describe this book. War and Sex by Morty Shallman is hilarious, satirical, tragic, unexpected, absurd, and dead on the money. The plot is thrilling, convoluted, and far from predictable. Yet behind this farcical but amusing story lurks a theme of existential importance that rips off the mask from the buffoonery we call a political system. Equally preposterous are the characters in the cast list, who could easily be insane asylum escapees. They are, however, fascinating and engaging. While this book is intended for mature audiences and contains some explicit scenes of a sexual nature, War and Sex is an outstanding read that will raise many eyebrows.”

You can learn more about Morty Shallman and “War and Sex” at where you can read reviews and the author’s biography, as well as connect with the author directly or through their website and social media pages.

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