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A Town Called Suckhole by David W. Barbee
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Mar 27, 12

bookshelves: bizarro
Read in March, 2012

David W. Barbee has seriously stepped up his game from his first novella CARNAGELAND which was featured in the New Bizarro Author Series from Eraserhead Press.

A TOWN CALLED SUCKHOLE is an action packed, southern-occult-thriller laced with country bumpkins, witches and whiskey. In some parts of the story I was reminded of THE SWAMP THING while in others I felt like I was trapped in Herschell Gordon Lewis' 2000 MANIACS. Hell, there might even be a little bit of TEEN WITCH in there (just subtract the white rapping and add some violence.) If you like any of those things you should definitely check this book out.

SUCKHOLE is a plot driven story with a little side of crazy complete with its own southern vernacular. Kudos to David W. Barbee on this one! Keep `em coming!

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