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Wormjob Paperback – October 1, 2014
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About the Author
Little is known of the reclusive Matthew Thomas Granberry. He speaks both fluent stick figure language and rough sketch, and is Chief Pamphleteer to the Black Circkus, with which he has been known to travel. He has written and performed in a number of absurdist comedy sketches for a lesbian-helmed late night variety show in his community, and a two act play which saw an invigoratingly brief run in front of a handful of people, many of whom later detected unfamiliar organs in their bodies. This anomaly prompted the writing of numerous books which you may or may not encounter in your lifetime. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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If that sounds stupid to you, you may want to skip this. If you're into bizarro...and worms...and boobs...then you'll most definitely get a kick out of this. Imagine a jesus worm bursting out of a pulsating mammary gland and you've got the tl;dr for Wormjob.
Well, and after those added experiences, I was all the more eager to plunge into this tale of squirming canyonesque cleavage! How could you not? Look at that cover; is that the tackiest or what? This is some pure, unabashed, crazy sleazy fun right here!
And let me tell you, folks, it more than exceeded my expectations! Those cups did not stop at merely runnething over … those cups weren’t even cups for long, but became soup tureens, then punchbowls that runneth over … from gazongas to megazongas of doom.
Filled with live worms. Forget those stupid must-increase-my-bust exercise girls did in middle school when I was young. Forget implants of saline or silicon. Worms are the way to go, injectable colonies of them that feed on fat as they make mountains out of molehills. (side note: fat-eating worms? as with Wrath James White’s Voracious, I gotta admit there’d be a degree of temptation ...)
Shari, flat-shamed for as long as she can remember, is only too eager to undergo the treatment. Soon, she has all she ever wanted, and more. What she earns as a stripper now can easily cover the custom-made clothes and other required adjustments to her life. She even meets a new guy, for whose sake she’ll tinker with her worm-control medication to make all his dreams come true.
Bad idea. Worse idea because, unbeknownst to Shari, one of the worms in her heaving, swelling engorged endowments is not like the others. One worm is different. Angry. Hungry. And growing.
Before long, Shari is lopsided to say the least. Her wormy bosom is on a rampage, and when she seeks help at the fancy clinic where it all started, she and her vengeful passenger discover that they do all kinds of other procedures there at AUGMENTA BIOLOGICALS.
A definite hoot about infinite hooters, this may not be one to leave sitting out if you’re expecting normal respectable company over. It’s also quite the cautionary tale … few of us may ever be satisfied with our looks, but, sometimes you really can go too far. And the point when you need a cart to trundle your own chest along, that’s probably a little too far.
I have had the immense pleasure of working with Mr. Granberry on various other projects over the years. Many of these have been stage productions, and were also obscure and quite brilliant. I very much hope that his full length play, Splitsville, may also be printed for all to read in the future. I doubt that it could be transferred to prose form, but it absolutely does not require any such alteration. If read in its original form, it is simply outstanding.
Everything Mr. Granberry metaphorically touches with his artistic brain seems to spring to life in an aberrant yet gratifying way, and I hope that there will be many more works to follow. I find that his novel is a delicious form of guilty pleasure reading for me, for it fulfills my yearning for enigmatic dark comedy, and it is quite simply a joy to read. I very much hope that you will give in to your inner desire to read his works as well. You will be richly rewarded in doing so.