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The Librarian at the End of the World by Mark Miller

The Librarian at the End of the World by Mark Miller

Mark Miller’s absurdist adventure, The Librarian at the End of the World is a satirical romp across America. Tracked by the NSA, Ramdas Bingaman and his wife, Colletta, embark on a vacation that soon becomes a quest to avenge his twin brother’s death, to reclaim his crown as champion speedbather, and to acquire enough loot to invest in a line of gourmet cheeses made from celebrity bacteria. Ramdas is soon entangled in the web of an insurance company turf war, an old love’s rekindled affections, and the theft of his prized hand towel, which was once used by Carrie Fisher on the Return of the Jedi set.

Part action, part thriller, all comedy, The Librarian at the End of the World fires on all cylinders. Fans of Thomas Pynchon and David Foster Wallace will revel in the ridiculousness that is Miller’s America.

Stephen Scott Whitaker, writer, member of the National Book Critics Circle.

This book is brilliant. Raunchy, hilarious, heartfelt, and by the end, breathtaking.

Nora B Peevy


Lovecraft turns Beatnik and drops acid.

The Book Dragon


A hysterical, bizzarro romp through a world  you didn't know you wished existed. You'll laugh! You'll cringe! This one is fun, don't miss it!

David Price is the author of Lightbringers and co-editor of the Wicked anthology series from the New England Horror Writers.


"Gritty, hilarious, raunchy, ironic, iconic, and as socially challenging as any classic travelogue of the 1960s..... [This is] social satire at its best."

Midwest Book Review

“The kind of literary jolt I read fiction for. The first-person narration is wry, sometimes smartass and always beguiling, the kind of voice that sticks with you like an earworm, the kind that leads you down the rabbit hole. Yet, in the end, this romp becomes something else. It becomes a work of art, moving and funny and memorable.”

–Corey Mesler, author of Memphis Movie and Camel’s Bastard Son

"Not so much a novel as a perpetual-motion machine: part road-show, part parable, careening between surrealism and comedy as our librarian-hero and his patient lady set off in pursuit of…

Well that would be telling too much. Suffice it to say that Mark Miller keeps the action and the laughter coming too fast to stop and think about the meaning of it all. Just sit back and enjoy the ride."

—Daniel Boyd, Author of NADA and EASY DEATH


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