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King of the Perverts Paperback – June 5, 2012
"Despite being wonderfully dirty and mischievously pornographic, what makes King of the Perverts a must-read is the fact that Lowe created a very likeable character. ... The result is a character that readers will invariably root for, even when he's raining punches on a woman's kidneys." - Horror Talk
"Strange sexual proclivities aside, underneath the donkey punches is a smart, witty satire. ... Thankfully, it's more well-written than any porn could hope to be." - Bibliomantics
From the Back Cover
"Great, hilarious stuff that also raises a lot of questions about money, fame, gender and, more importantly, the Dirty Sanchez." - Andersen Prunty, author of Fuckness and Hi I'm a Social Disease
"I get airsick pretty goddamned easily. But I kept reading while I was on the plane. Even through the turbulence. I started at the Dallas/Forth Worth Airport eating a veggie burger in a TGIFridays and ended whilst descending into Arizona. The unsuspecting woman sitting beside me had no idea. It was awesome. Completely amazing in so many ways. So sick. Oh, so sick." - Caris O'Malley, author of The Egg Said Nothing
Top Customer Reviews
This book starts off with a hilarious description of our King's golden shower initiation. I laughed while simultaneously thinking "ew". Looking back, getting peed on certainly isn't the worst thing that can happen.
The alligator ****house scene is by far the funniest thing I've ever read. Fan-freaking-tastic! I read it twice because I was laughing to the point of tears the first time.
From there, the reader is going to either love it or hate it. Somehow, I managed to love it while dry-heaving and screaming to my husband that he was never going to have sex again.
Steve Lowe continues to fascinate and frighten me. I highly recommend any of his novels...as long as you have a sense of humor.
King of the Perverts tells the story of Dennis, a regular guy who's recently gone through a rough patch in his life. His wife has asked him for a divorce, he learns she was cheating on him and he lost his job. With no wife, no money and crashing on his brother's couch, Dennis comes across a call for participants for a new reality show. The prize is a million dollars. He jumps on it, but soon learns what participating entails. The show is a "sexcathlon" where the first person to successfully complete 10 increasingly difficult and perverted challenges gets the money and is crowned King of the Perverts. The first few challenges are somewhat manageable, but Dennis is a good guy and his resolve begins to falter as things turn darker, nastier and infinitely more complicated. Thankfully he gets some help from his mysterious Russian cameraman, Mongo, a man who resembles a bear and whose breath smells like pancake syrup and vodka.Read more ›
And it's a GREAT story! It's something out of the ordinary, and it's rare to read anything these days that can still surprise you. It's original and could've only been spewed forth from Steve Lowe's awesome mind. And the comedic timing is perfect! There's some stuff in here that's way funnier than what I could usually come up with. ("The Angry Pirate" move was especially pure comedy gold.) One heck of a book. Highly recommended.
Count the headlights on the highway
Lay me down in sheets of linen
you had a busy day today."
As hard as love is, relationships are harder. In today's day and age, it can be hard for a man to express his love in a union, which, more often than not, leads to confusion, arguments, and bickering. No one wants to come home at the end of the day to a loveless, tepid partnership with a complete stranger. Prostitutes are cheaper and less judgmental.
But, as we all know, sex with hookers, good though it may be, leads to low self-esteem and social diseases. What's more, families can suffer from the perceived infidelity that comes with soliciting the services of a lady of the evening. And that's not even mentioning the jail time. In the long run, it seems that the best approach to a happy love life is to approach one's relationship as Bob Villa would- with a power saw and a hammer.
Remember that the small things count. Your spouse will easily be won over by small gifts that show you care. Her favorite chocolate bar, a single flower, and filling up the gas tank in her car are all low-cost, minimal-effort things you can give her to show her you care. Heck, in the case of the chocolate bar, maybe she'll even give you some!
Remind her of all your good times together. Can you pull up obscure details from your wedding day? How about the birthday picnic when it rained? If you can, great. If not, make something up! She'll follow right along to make it look like she didn't forget such a nice memory. The key is to keep it vague. That way you won't have to waste time trying to figure out if it was actually your wife you're remembering!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Yes this is funny but inspired me. I recommend this to all.Published on August 21, 2014 by ChaBSmith
This is a pretty grotesque satire about the porn industry, an absurd drama about a young man recruited to star in the most perverse styles of sexuality imaginable. Read morePublished on December 11, 2013 by John-Forrest Bamberger
So its $.99 so why not? Man what a wild ride of naughty acts of unkindness. Its running man meets BangBro! Its everything you would expect from the tittle. Read morePublished on November 15, 2013 by Randolph Lewis II
This short story had a great concept but terrible execution. It starts out steady but quickly goes downhill with a rushed conclusion. Read morePublished on October 24, 2013 by Big Rudy
An average, divorced man enters a reality-gameshow, that requires him to participate in ten bizarre sex acts to became King of the Perverts, and to win one million dollars. Read morePublished on September 14, 2013 by Pedro Proença
King of the Perverts;I found this trashy novel to be quite a good read,for the subject matter it portrays.I`d reccomend it for an arvo read or a time filler on a plane trip. Read morePublished on June 13, 2013 by Shane Russell
This was my second foray into the works of Steve Lowe and this time around I came away just as pleased if not more so than with his great Muscle Memory. Read morePublished on June 12, 2013 by Buckeye Nick
I went to work with a copy of "King of the Perverts," by Steve Lowe with the expectation of actually doing my job. Read morePublished on April 9, 2013 by Insolent Minx
"King of the Perverts" has everything you could want in a story - drama, humor, adventure, suspense, kinky sexcapades...well, you get the idea, right? Read morePublished on January 28, 2013 by Robert C. Eccles