THE LIBRARIAN HAS A STORY FOR YOU…
His girlfriend Emily has been kidnapped by a ghoul called the Librarian and hung upside down above a pit of bubbling lava. In order to win Emily back he must read a book from the Librarian’s collection, without vomiting.
This might sound like an easy task, but the Librarian doesn’t curate just any ordinary books. Each and every terrible tome in her bibliotheca of bile is so disgusting that nobody can read one without doing a Technicolor burp.
The book he must read is a repugnant little horror story about the revolting sex lives of failed Hollywood actors and actresses called She Was Asking for It. It’s a real page turner. It’s a stomach turner too!!!
He’d better have a strong stomach, because if even a single drop of bile escapes from between his lips while reading, his girlfriend will fall into the pit of lava beneath her and be burnt to a cinder.
Can you read this book without throwing up? Do you take the challenge?
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About Author J. Manfred Weichsel
Weichsel is a teller of tall tales filled with exciting action, skin-crawling horror, and subversive humor. He is the 21st century inheritor of the mantle of Lucian, Rabelais, Jonathan Swift, and Lawrence Stern, only much more exciting!
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