From the man who brought you VEGAN ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE and BOSTON POSH, comes...
VEGAN VAMPIRE VAGINAS
The biggest bank heist in US history. And Tom Palmer can't remember pulling it off. And no, this isn't your standard case of amnesia.
After a one-night-stand gone horribly wrong, Boston salesman Tom Palmer wakes up with a vagina implanted in his left hand.
Then his day gets worse:
Tom is transported across space-time to a nightmare version of Boston, one where the Bizarro virus has transformed half the population into cannibals.
Worst of all, Tom discovers that in this new Boston, he's the infamous gangster Pussypalm, wanted for robbing the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston a year ago.
He also learns that the vagina in his hand is prophetic, i.e. it talks . . . after sex.
With 130 people left dead during his bank heist and six billion dollars missing, Tom knows he's living on borrowed time. It is in his best interests not to remember anything. Because once he does . . .
But then everything gets so much odder. Tom begins remembering what has to be someone else's life. Or is it?
Vegan Vampire Vaginas: A mind-bending trip through Bizarro America!Biografía del autor:
Wol-vriey is Nigerian, and quite tall. He currently resides in a state of uneasy stalemate with his threatening-to-thin-beyond-redemption hair, and believes there actually are things that go bump in the night. Wol-vriey recycles the ridiculous into reasonable reality for the reader. His WEIRRRD philosophy? WEIRRRD = Warp/Write Everything into Realistic Ridiculous Readable Distorted Dream Dimension Descriptions. Wol-vriey is the author of “Vegan Zombie Apocalypse,” “Boston Posh,” and "Vegan Vampire Vaginas" published by Burning Bulb Publishing and “The Bizarro Story of I,” “Alice’s Adventures in Steamland: The Clockwork Goddess,” “Chainsaw Cop Corpse,” “Meat Suitcase,” and “Guiltessa Dolores” published by other imprints. His short story Forever Ago Sunshine appears in “The Big Book of Bizarro” and his novella Big Trouble In Little Ass appears in “Westward Hoes,” also by Burning Bulb Publishing.
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