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Bark at the Ghouls
Bark at the Ghouls rated it 6 days ago
I don’t know why I pick up books like these. It’s some strange compulsion that I cannot ignore. Some are better than others. This one falls right about in the middle but scores all the points for the gross-out. An unhinged man enters the home of a young lady caring for her ill granny. He’s not the...
Shiftyj1
Shiftyj1 rated it 3 years ago
If you haven't listened to Prunty on audio, you are missing out. Pruntys dry wit and delivery works extremely well with his written word. Dude has serious skills. Mason, a writer with a fisting mind and author of the mildly successful “Fuckless”, is grieving the burning loss of his girlfriend Virgin...
Shiftyj1
Shiftyj1 rated it 3 years ago
“Let strange things explain the strangeness.”There is something rotten in the small town of Gethsemane. Lurking in the shadows. Driving the students of the local High School to suicide. Hunting. Feeding off the sorrow of the town and threatening to destroy anyone and anything that stands in its way....
Shiftyj1
Shiftyj1 rated it 3 years ago
This being my first Prunty, I wasn’t sure what to expect and was more than pleasantly surprised how well this was written and how effortlessly the characters were fleshed out. There was a whole lot more sex and violence than I was anticipating and no shortage of offbeat, dark humor either. All of th...
Gregor Xane
Gregor Xane rated it 5 years ago
Full Disclosure: I don't know the author of this book. I've never interacted with him. He didn't provide a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I bought this book on Amazon and will likely be paying interest on this purchase for the rest of my life. I've seen this book around, popping...
Lornographic Material
Lornographic Material rated it 5 years ago
I listened to this one, which is narrated by the author. First thing I'll note is the melatonin-laced delivery of Andersen Prunty. Throughout the entire audio book, Prunty seemed on the verge of coma. I could see him, bracing himself on his desk with his elbows, his head held up by a ruler jabbed in...
11811
11811 rated it 6 years ago
Five stars for the author's constant, repetitive use of the word fuckness throughout the novel... Novella... whatever all that fuckness means. "Fuckness" was littered throughout the story and completely appropriate in every instance. Comically appropriate in most instances. I loved this story.H...
Dantastic Book Reviews
Dantastic Book Reviews rated it 6 years ago
When Jack Orange's girlfriend Gina goes missing, he soon gets a sinister phone call from a man that sounds like he's constantly smiling, Mr. Grin. Mr. Grin has Gina and Jack has 24 hours to find them. In the mean time, Mr. Grin is going to have some fun... This is the ninth book in my Kindle Unl...
11811
11811 rated it 6 years ago
3.5 stars. Dark, witty, and well written but I keep comparing all of Prunty's books to [b:The Sorrow King|10156063|The Sorrow King|Andersen Prunty|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1348801513s/10156063.jpg|6813507] and so far I can't find anything that beats it. Satanic Summer is a good runner-up but ...
Lornographic Material
Lornographic Material rated it 6 years ago
WARNING: Language and shit. FUCKNESS is relatively devoid of fuckness. Relatively... I listened to the first 42% of FUCKNESS, by Andersen Prunty, narrated by Jeff Bower, then switched to the ebook for one chapter. One chapter. That's all. I missed the narrator so much I went back to the audio ed...
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