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'Ah, yes. But I'm too old for that sort of thing now,' said the old boggie, feigning a state of total quadriplegia. 'Anyway, I have a few small gifts for you,' and he produced a lumpy parcel, which Frito opened somewhat unenthusiastically in view of Dildo's previous going-away present [the ring]. But the package only contained a short, Revereware sword, a bulletproof vest full of moth holes, and several well-thumbed novellas with titles like Elf Lust and Goblin Girl..."
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A Harvard Review lampooning of Tolkein's Lord of the Rings trilogy in a fast paced and hilarious 200 page book. Read morePublished 10 days ago by SMCA
Laughed out loud many times. It still holds up. Great escape from the too much realism of today.Published 3 months ago by Pete Dudley
I bought the original paperback edition around 1970 at a grocery store for 69 cents, and still have this 150 page tome somewhere among my remaining pulp. Read morePublished 3 months ago by G&L Rocks
This is one of my all-time favorite books of any genre, and it's astounding that it's taken me this long to leave a review. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rachel
Stupid, idiotic and sophomoric humor. A total ripoff of a classic work. Very funny if you are in the right mood.Published 4 months ago by Seoulman
ALL the best humor of the past 40 years, from The Simpsons to Saturday Night Live through to the works of John Hughes and Harold Ramis, owe a debt to the genius of Doug Kenney. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Harry
I read this book back when it first came out in 1969. I was a complete nerd and loved sci-fi and LOTR back then as I still do. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John J. Petry