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Merciful Flush Paperback – April 17, 2012
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Merciful Flush is a collection of posts from Lance Manion's blog, which range from disturbing to hilarious and back again over and over. Read at your own risk, you might get grossed out, you might get offended or you might have a cool idea and a laugh.
I first off need to say thank you so much to Lance Manion for sending me a copy of Merciful Flush for review. Merciful Flush is my first unsolicited review copy and it was quite exciting for an ickle fledgling like me! It was also highly entertaining :).
Title: Merciful Flush
Authors: Lance Manion
Pages: 199 (e-copy)
Genre-ish: Adult Humor (think South Park)
Rating: ★★★★☆ - Fairly entertaining, offensive to some I'm sure
Setting: Mostly the real world, though there are a few stories that definitely didn't happen in this world (I hope....) or stray pretty far into someone's imagination ;-).
Premise: As I said, this is a collection of blog posts that are each a stand alone short story. And honestly, this guy has one of the craziest imaginations I've run across in the last week, maybe the last month. Some examples that I can recall off the top of my head: an airplane window turning into a touch pad on the descent, taking a shower so hot your skin melts off, what starfish think to themselves.
Entertaining and compulsive writing, very easy to get sucked into "just one more"
Very very very very imaginative, I can't believe what is now in my mind that wasn't there before....Read more ›
I'm often looking for something to wind down to at the end of the day that is amusing, this is it!
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Check out Manion's fresh yet slightly odd take on both everyday and imaginary situations. You may laugh or cringe or both but you will not be disappointed. Read morePublished on January 9, 2013 by Rumgirl
Never read many short stories but after reading this book I think I have more of an appreciation for the genre. So many ideas, so many of them completely unique. Read morePublished on November 9, 2012 by anon
Here we have a collection of strange little tales, fully of the wacky and the wild. Now, some are hilarious ("the amazing spider man" for instance, when the gives them a moth and... Read morePublished on June 8, 2012 by Martin D. Gibbs