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Tabloid Terrors: I Was a Sasquatch Sex Slave

3.78  ·  Rating Details ·  9 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Sasquatch is real. His feet are as big as they say, but so is his... lust.

In this first book of the dark humor series spoofing on tabloids, you'll see Bigfoot as you've never imagined.

Read how they terrorize Eskimos in the Arctic regions and grumpy old men in the Florida swamps. Learn of strange variations as they rampage through a castle party and battle Freakenstein as t
Paperback, 76 pages
Published May 2007 by Skullvines Press
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Daniel Russell
Feb 07, 2010 Daniel Russell rated it it was amazing
My second soiling of the Tabloid Terrors series, this time we're going back to where it all began: Tabloid Terrors 1: I was a Sasquatch Sex Slave. Screw chronological order. Everything about this series is messed up, so why not the order I read them?

The first thing the reader notices is that apart from the introduction by Michael McCarty (and one story by Mark Mclaughlin), this is a collection of stories solely by series creators SD Hintz and Jerrod Balzer. Compare it to the first Austin Powers
Heather Wildman
Feb 21, 2013 Heather Wildman rated it did not like it
I am NOT a fan. I went into this book wanting to enjoy it but couldn't. It felt more like pointless, plotless, high-school locker room humor gone bad than tabloid anything.

I can't judge other works by these authors in this book, but I think I might have a better time wanting to read more by them had I started with other stories.

If you like sick humor that is only not considered taboo because of character stereotyping, then I highly recommend this book. If not, I suggest trying other works by the
Jan 17, 2013 Tom rated it it was amazing
Great collection of short stories.Very much like watching a b movie.Laughed a lot.
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