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I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this book whether your familiar with the author or not.
Mellick's crisp, intelligent, fast-paced prose is in full swing in "The Morbidly Obese Ninja," making the book a quick, fun, entertaining read.
A story of one excessively overweight ninja and his piggy bank, that just so happens to look like a small child.
He ate everything with Mayo. He is Basu. Basu wasn't always a 700 pound ninja. He once was slender and quick. But Basu is still a great ninja. He just is morbidly obese now. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Dave Anderson
A decent addition to CM3's catalog, but not at the top of the list. It seemed like this story could have been expanded and given some more depth.Published 16 months ago by Chris M.
I am a pretty big guy and reading about a Fat Ninja with Awesome Skills was kind of fun I must say it is a pretty good story that will even touch your heart by the end as long as... Read morePublished 19 months ago by The Big G. Spot
I would never have thought it possible to bring anime to the printed page in a satisfying and entertaining way. But leave it to Carlton Mellick III to pull it off. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Daniel LaPonsie
Keigo was a lean, mean killing machine. That was...until he was infected with a nano-poison that would kill him unless he scarfs an absurd number of calories everyday. Read morePublished on October 22, 2012 by Natasha Δ.
Two corporations are on a mission to get a special piggy bank that holds information that will make them the leading company in the industry. Read morePublished on May 26, 2012 by Meridian
The thesis behind the story might be able to be expanded, but simply a waste of time. There are much better books out there.Published on March 24, 2012 by E. Lainez
The Morbidly Obese Ninja is tons of fun (ha!). Carlton Mellick III is the smartest man in the world. Read morePublished on February 2, 2012 by Daniel Vlasaty - The Buffalo
This bizarro book is not only the best thing author Carlton Mellick has written, it's the best bizarro book I've ever read. Read morePublished on November 10, 2011 by William M Miller