Présentation de l'éditeur
WARNING: Contains explicit language and very little political correctness. For adult readers only!
We still shut ourselves away in submarines, space shuttles and open-plan offices, toiling in vain to earn enough money or to accumulate enough power to make us appear attractive to women. But from day to day, the deal seems to be less and less worth it. We work harder and harder for less and less money, and for the increasingly waning respect of women, who, thanks to decades of indoctrination by women's magazines, no longer need us. Our role models have been shot to pieces, whilst the monopoly on satisfaction remains with women and the consumer goods industry. And there's no point fighting against the system! Or at least that's what we all thought, until she came along: The Plant of Desire.
In his new, satirical novel, German TV author Philip Körting questions what would happen if an insane invention were to threaten the proven inequality between the sexes and, in doing so, threaten the very basis of our society as we know it. A frustrated office worker, who just wants to begin a new life, becomes entangled in the conflict and suddenly finds himself being chased by contract killers and rebels alike...