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The Amazing, Incredible, Shrinking, Colossal, Bikini-Crazed Creature from the Public Domain Paperback – January 27, 2009
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Some examples: "The double entendre rounded the plate to third." And "When we threw our heads back and laughed, mine went through the window. It was retrieved by a bellboy. In situations like that, you never know what to tip."
Science experiments go terribly wrong, giant spiders scamper from laboratories, creatures lurch from lagoons, disembodied heads crack wise, and scientists are shrunk to the size of jelly beans: "In time, his demands became outrageous--they simply didn't make spats in his size, I tried to explain, to no avail."
As the title of the book itself suggests, it is as if E. Mitchell puts the best parts of the great monster movies into a blender, and then throws the blender off a cliff. If lines like this make you laugh: "Hey, this coffee tastes like mud." "That's funny. It was just ground this morning," this is the book for you.
-George Waters, humor columnist and winner of the Will Rogers Humor Writing Contest
E. Mitchell has crafted a slick, tongue-in-cheek narrative infused with rapid-fire wordplay and hilarious visual imagery. Picture watching the movie "Airplane" while on the tram at Universal Studios. One-liners and monstrous mutants come at you from all sides. In between laughs, I got nostalgic for all the low-budget "fright" movies that kept me glued to a 9-inch black and white TV on rainy Saturdays. It's all here: the wild-eyed scientists, crazy creatures, dispensable townspeople, and a hilarious narrator to provide affectionate mockery you'll wish you'd thought of. Worth reading and re-reading to catch everything you miss the first time!