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review 2017-05-18 13:02
The Day My Butt Went Psycho - Andy Griffiths,Miles Thompson

I remember trying to read the sequel to this book, [book:Zombie Butts From Uranus|903304], in middle school and not being able to get through it. I think I must have been a very literal child, because I just could not get over many of the descriptions, such as a butt having arms and legs and detaching itself from a human.

However, since then I have watched the TV adaptation of the books on Netflix. Either I have grown less literal as an adult or having seen the cartoon representation, I have an easier time picturing the characters. Either way I was able to get through this book and loved it.

I'll at admit, at times it is downright disgusting. But it never stops being amazing. Giant maggots, buttcanoes, and stink tornadoes, this is one of the grossest things I have ever read and I really enjoyed it.

The descriptions are very cartoonish and unrealistic, but very creative and funny. I really enjoyed all of the adventures Zack went on. This book is definitely unlike anything I have read before and it is worth the read.

For those who like silly and disgusting stories, give this book a try.

I can't wait to read the sequel.

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text 2017-02-05 23:24
Week 5 of 2017 (A slow week)
The Isle of Blood - Rick Yancey
Calvin and Hobbes: Homicidal Psycho Jungle Cat - Bill Watterson

Books Read: 2


The Isle of Blood: The third book in The Monstrumologist series. This is my favorite books so far, it's getting darker and more interesting as the series continues. 4 1/2 stars


Homicidal Psycho Jungle Cat: Once again, it's Calvin and Hobbes, not much to say about it. 4 1/2 stars.

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review 2017-01-13 00:00
A Demon and His Psycho
A Demon and His Psycho - Eve Langlais Nothing screamed made-for-each-other-couple like matching murderous tendencies.

I was one part fascinated, one part horrified at Katie's behavior. Total fucking psycho. Total fucking entertainment. I know this is part of a series, which I fully intend to read, but Katie and Xaphan deserve their own series. Manic pixie murderess and her demon boyfriend just wrecking things and making out hardcore atop a pile of dead bodies. Best seller.
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review 2017-01-01 11:28
Psycho - Robert Bloch,Paul Michael Garcia

My first read for 2017 and a great way to start the year.


Everyone knows the story about Norman Bates and his mother issues but it was interesting to listen to the audio and view the story through a different medium. The narrator was William Hootkins and I whilst a couple of the character voices didn't work for me I thought he was creepy and disturbing as Norman/mother.

This is a very short book and it only took me just over three hours to finish the audiobook. The pacing is quick without being frenetic, the different povs giving balance to the storyline but it's Normans story that pulls you in. The story skips along nicely until the end and that's when it starts to get really creepy, the end scenes give new meaning to the word disturbing.

Classic horror that was great fun to read.

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review 2016-10-03 00:00
American Psycho
American Psycho - Bret Easton Ellis I read this book for Banned Books Week. I can absolutely understand why it was challenged. I can't even think of how to write a proper review about it. I just want to throw out expletives and wild hand gestures. Bateman scared the shit out of me! He's the guy everyone wants to date and wants around, and he's completely freaking psycho. He's a serial killer that has total breaks from reality. He commits atrocious violent murders. He even comes right out and tells people, but everyone is so caught up in what's the latest most expensive trend in the city that they just blow it off as jokes. The sexual torture scenes are so horrifying that I had to take breaks. Everything is so detailed that I almost threw up once. The way the author divides the insanity with completely mundane who's wearing what and going where and eating which item and drinking which drink and so is genius. It winds the reader down and then he hits us again. This is so scary because society is really like this. We have to actually be hit upside the head with something before we recognize the evil from the normal. Inside Bateman's head is a terrible place to be, but sadly it's interesting too. He has some kind of crazy appeal. This story completely disturbed me. I don't think I could reread it or recommend it, but I still think it deserves a high rating.
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