Psycho Proctologists and the Flaming Buttholes of Doom (Psycho Proctologists #1)

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Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Forget Fifty Shades of Gray, this book is blacker than your a**hole.

The world may think they’re crazy, but they’re all that’s standing between you and the Armageddon.

Because when flaming buttholes threaten to doom humanity as we know it, who ya gonna call?

A butt doctor. More

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Review by: Bathory on Jan. 28, 2014 :
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THIS BOOK IS A GOLD MINE!!!
It's hilarious!!!
Thumbs up to the Author.
It's a short story but well written and full of surprises. I can't wait to read the next ones.
from the first few pages i was in love with it. Gross humor that keeps nothing back.
And i'm not going to spoil it for everyone cause it's something you must read for yourselves, it will make you laugh so hard that you will become blue for lack of oxygen XD
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Michael Noe on Jan. 28, 2014 :
Any book that features a cameo from Kirk Cameron and The Westboro Baptist Church as the villains is a book I would have to read. I saw the title and yeah my inner ten year old was laughing like crazy.

If you have a twisted sense of humor this is a book you have to read. Tons of demons that fart green fire, and a group of demon hunters that mesh together quite well. Did I mention that the book was funny and does feature a ton of great gross out humor?

W.W. Pecker sent me a free copy of this and I thought that was pretty cool but given the title I wasn't expecting much in the way of storytelling. Anything with a title like this isn't going to be a book you would expect to have a plot right?

The plot here is simple and straightforward. Despite the subject matter it is well written and yes, even juvenile at times, but that's really why I read it. This is a great beginning to a series that I plan on reading.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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