Books tagged: spoofs

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BlackHearts Day
Series: Twisted Holiday Specials. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 32,700. Language: English. Published: November 1, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » Parody, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy
Charlee Frown must struggle to prevent a holiday known as BlackHearts Day from taking hold. But then she starts thinking, maybe it’s not so bad after all, because Valentine’s Day really sucks. And then she learns about the origin of Valentine’s Day and the role of the Illuminati and Aleister Crowley in it...in cooperation with Hall-mart. By the author of SinEaster and Merry XXXmas, Charlee Frown.
Octopony (Poniworld Chronicles #7)
Series: Poniworld Chronicles, Book 7. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 24,740. Language: English. Published: January 22, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary, Fiction » Humor & comedy » Parody
Mortimer is an octopony—half octopus, half pony—who laughs at all the wrong times. He’s a joker, not a fighter, but it turns out the Nazi ponies have discovered an alien spacecraft buried in ice. And so Morty ends up having to travel to the Arctic to foil a nefarious plot to unleash an alien supersoldier into Poniworld. It’s all very exciting and dangerous, and so he giggles nervously sometimes.
Oscar's Fake Restaurant On TripAdvisor
Price: $4.97 USD. Words: 4,820. Language: English. Published: September 27, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Entertainment » Humor & satire
This is a souvenir of a spoof; how and why Oscar's - the now famous fake trawler restaurant in Brixham, England - was hosted by TripAdvisor. Massive news coverage included headlines such as: - 'Divers catch your food' 'TripAdvisor compares imaginary venue with worlds best eateries' The spoof was designed to highlight TA's lack of policing of fake reviews, maliciously posted by business rivals.