"Crazy Bob was sweating; he couldn't think of anything. It was hard to work under these conditions. The pressure to always produce, the deadlines; it was endless." - Looney Bin Incorporated. In a world where corporations maximize profits by exploiting their workers, one company, Looney Bin Incorporated, has it down to a science. Looney Bin Incorporated is making crazy a mission, which is not just their goal; it's their company logo. Crazy Bob, Drake and Potbelly are three friends and workers/patients at Looney Bin Incorporated, who gradually become aware of what the company actually is, a highly profitable chain of insane asylums. Armed with the knowledge that they are being taken advantage of, they do everything from disrupting activities to going on strike, to try and bring about change. Marietta Rodgers second novel, Loony Bin Incorporated, is a humorous satire that blends realty with absurdity in order to bring into focus the destructive practices of large corporations and their policies that promote profits over people. Looney Bin Incorporated is the Catch-22 of the 21st century.
About the Author
Marietta Rodgers, author of The Bill, lives in North Carolina with her family and pet gecko. She enjoys reading satirical authors such as the likes of George Orwell, Kurt Vonnegut and Joseph Heller. She holds two bachelor's degrees from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She loves pop culture, cult films, singing off key to cheesy 80's songs and is an enthusiastic coffee drinker.