Smashed, Squashed, Splattered, Chewed, Chunked and Spewed

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
The debut novel by cult fiction favorite Lance Carbuncle, Smashed, Squashed, Splattered, Chewed, Chunked and Spewed is the story of one man's almost unnatural love for his dog, Idjit Galoot, and the adventures, perils, and absurd characters that he encounters when he sets out on a road trip to locate and save his best friend. More

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Words: 67,840
Language: English
ISBN: 9780982280027
About Lance Carbuncle

The Dr. Reverend Lance Carbuncle was born sometime during the last millennium and he’s been getting bigger, older and uglier ever since. Carbuncle is an ordained minister with the Church of Spiritual Humanism. Carbuncle doesn’t eat deviled eggs and he doesn’t drink cheap beer. Carbuncle doesn’t wear sock garters. Carbuncle does tell stories. Carbuncle’s stories are channeled through a pathetic little man who has to work a respectable job during the days in order to feed the infestation of children in his house. Carbuncle's first novel, Smashed, Squashed, Splattered, Chewed, Chunked and Spewed, and his recently released Grundish and Askew are sold through and More reviews of Smashed, Squashed, Splattered, Chewed, Chunked and Spewed, and Grundish and Askew can be found on Amazon and

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Review by: Byron Paul on Sep. 16, 2014 :
odd, grotesque, and perverse at times, but not overly - Carbuncle does a great job mixing the bizarre with a classic folk road trip tale to come up with a very humorous and entertaining novel. Genre-wise this sits on the edqe of Bizarro sub-genre of speculative fiction and general comedy, if bizarro interests you I recommend Carbuncle's Sloughing Off the Rot published a few years ofter this one - it's a true bizarro classic.
(reviewed 7 months after purchase)

Review by: Samantha Becker on Jan. 29, 2013 :
I thought this book was hilarious. The humor is definitely not high-brow, but is high-brow really funny, anyway? There was an abundance of toilet humor, and there were a few times when I would just skip a paragraph or two so as not to lose my over-priced lunch, but there was so much more to the story about a stoner loser and his smelly dog. I laughed (yes, out loud) throughout the book and am going to withhold sex from my husband and all our friends until they read it, as well.
(reviewed 26 days after purchase)

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