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HELP! A Bear is Eating Me! - Mykle Hansen
HELP! A Bear is Eating Me!
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Trapped in a remote Alaskan forest, pinned under his own SUV, gnawed upon by nature's finest predators, Marv Pushkin -- Corporate Warrior, Positive Thinker, Esquire subscriber -- waits impatiently for an ambulance and explains in detail the many reasons why this unfolding tragedy is everyone's... show more
Trapped in a remote Alaskan forest, pinned under his own SUV, gnawed upon by nature's finest predators, Marv Pushkin -- Corporate Warrior, Positive Thinker, Esquire subscriber -- waits impatiently for an ambulance and explains in detail the many reasons why this unfolding tragedy is everyone's fault but his own.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781933929699 (1933929693)
Publisher: Eraserhead Press
Pages no: 132
Edition language: English
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I'll think of a damn title later
I'll think of a damn title later rated it
2.0
2.5 stars, almost 3 because of the awesome ending.
dearmfield
dearmfield rated it
4.0 HELP! A Bear is Eating Me!
Trapped under your range Rover in Alaska is definitely a bad day. But a bear eating your legs, the worst day ever. Marv Pushkin is that man ranting and raving as he waits for the rescue team. A lot of funny lines in this book all humor readers a must. 4 stars the front page and title puts a smile on...
Dantastic Book Reviews
Dantastic Book Reviews rated it
3.0
While corporate sleazeball Marv Pushkin is on a bear-killing/team-building trip in Alaska, he becomes trapped under his Range Rover and a bear begins eating him. Hilarity ensues.HELP! A Bear is Eating Me! reads like Jim Thompson's The Killer Inside Me if it were written by Christopher Moore and Lou...
Monkeypanic
Monkeypanic rated it
4.0 HELP! A Bear is Eating Me!
This character was a bigot, but he was beloved by audiences. Probably because his delivery made clear that his prejudices were rooted in ignorance, not hate. Also, writers never put him in situations where it was easy for him to act on his misguided impulses to actually treat anybody unfairly, or do...
Marvin's Bookish Blog
Marvin's Bookish Blog rated it
4.0
When I was twelve, a ranger at Yellowstone National Park asked me if I knew how to tell a black bear from a grizzly. I didn't. The ranger replied, "You kick him in the butt and climb up a tree. If he follows you up the tree, it's a black bear."Now to the review...First the bad news. The protagonist ...
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