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Bigboobenstein

(Bigboobenstein #1)

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4.23  ·  Rating details ·  96 ratings  ·  41 reviews
Necrophiliacs, bridge trolls, voodoo pimps, walking dead people who possess tremendous cunnilingus skills, asshole local musicians, horny hunchbacks, what more could you ask for in a book?

In a small, grimy American town not worth giving a name to, Doctor Kuntz has built a reputation on his masterful ability to provide women with breast implants, and at a fraction of the co
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Paperback, 220 pages
Published August 2013 by Dark Space Publications
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Arthur Graham
Jul 31, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

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We all know there’s only one way to a man’s heart, Adelaide. That way is tits.

Anyone who knows me knows that I'm more of an ass man myself, but whatever their size and shape, I do love me some tits as well. Just so long as they're real....*

At first glance, this book might seem like just another raunchy horror comedy, but anyone taking the time to read it will surely walk away with a different perception altogether. For beneath all the sex and violence and general ridiculousness of the proceedi
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Janie C.
Jul 24, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Poor Adelaide. All she wants is for her boyfriend, Johnny, to love her. Johnny is a scumbag, but Adelaide can't see it. Instead, she decides that getting breast implants will win his heart. Dr. Kuntz is only charging $300 a pair - what could go wrong? Against the wishes of her mother, Homeless Man and Herbert the Hernia, Adelaide gets the procedure. Something definitely goes wrong, but her boobs are bigger. Will Johnny love her now? Is that even important to Undead Adelaide? With the help of hoo ...more
Jeff O'Brien
May 07, 2015 added it  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
This is not really a review of my own book. In fact, it's not a review at all. What I'm doing is telling the story of how what I believe to be my greatest creation came to be. Piers Anthony likes to tell these stories, and he's pretty much my hero, so I'm following in his ways like a true fanboy.

Within weeks before the release of this book, my wife and I visited a psychic in Salem, Massachusetts. This is something we have often done, merely for shits and giggles. We had visited several before,
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Jason
Aug 29, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-in-2016
Big boobs, re-animated corpses, horny teenagers and mysterious trolls who live under a bridge. Reading that list I was expecting to read some trashy b-movie style novel and in a way that's what I got. The story is much more than that though.

Adelaide is desperate to please her arrogant rock-star boyfriend, so much so she is willing to disfigure herself for him. So she visits Dr Kuntz to get a nice big set of double Ds. Things don't work out so well and she ends up dead, luckily the Dr is on hand
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FabulousRaye
Dec 21, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2014, own-it
I received a paperback version of the book from the author because he is awesome and I am fabulous. Ohhh, and for review purposes, of course.

This is a dementedly cute, horror story of an undead fairy tale, complete with several life lessons and/or advice.

Here is what I learned:

1. If you have bad self-esteem, getting a boob job won't cause you to have good self-esteem. It also won't make anyone love you. Though, you might end up in a position of power, like mayor or maybe a some sort of town hero
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Matt Williams
May 03, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Loved this book! An easy read, fast paced and very entertaining. Lots of actual laugh out loud moments, not just the subtle sniggers . . . although, it did make me snigger a fair bit too. Once again, this is another concoction, well defined elements of what classic horror movies are made of . . . but with added ZANG AND UMPH created by wonderful literary bloodiness that makes it even more fun! Great characters! Great book! Recommend!

LOVE THE TITLE! BIGBOOBENSTEIN! BIG MONSTER BOOBS! YES! . . . o
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Kris Lugosi
When young adults today tell you, "You have no idea what it's like being young!", some truth is held within that statement. As we grow older, we tend to forget what it's like being an angsty teen in love or an outcast whose bullied or the trials and tribulations of fitting in with peers that seem to only want to judge you. Jeff O'Brien does not have this problem. This man can relate to the heartbreak of growing up and finding yourself at such a vulnerable age. His characters have a voice that is ...more
D.F. Noble
Aug 26, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The first couple chapters of the book, I was sure it was going to be a raunchy, campy, slapstick kind of ride, and it is. But once O'Brien really began to explore (who I would say is) the star of the show- Ad we'll call her- then something else happens. While it still carries that campiness, that character becomes real, becomes solid, and was also what made me really enjoy this book. Maybe I'm a sentimental douche, but I kinda felt for her, and the BS that some ladies have to deal with in life ( ...more
Pedro Proença
Dec 22, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: bizarro, indie
How dare you, Jeff O'Brien?

How dare you take one of us, a bass player, and turn him into such a douche? Why, good sir?

In spite of that, this book is crazy good. A deranged plastic surgeon reanimating the corpses of once flat-chested girls and turning them into deliciously stacked babes. A group of rhyming trols. And a metal band.

There's nothing more one can want. Jeff O'Brien is the real deal, this book is amazingly funny and provocative, and I love this bald bastard despite his portrayal of the
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Melanie Catchpole
Aug 21, 2013 rated it really liked it
Johnny's a real arse! But for some reason Adelaide loves him and will do anything to please him. So she gets a botched boob job and ends up killing herself. Only to be brought back to life with fantastic boobs.
The story line is simple but enjoyable.

Do you like my boobs?
Jeremy Maddux
Feb 21, 2019 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: gave-up-on
This person challenged me to a fight on the day of my mother's funeral, which any reasonable human being should know is a 'no trespassing' zone. He slanders me by saying I'm Alt-Right due to his own misperceptions. My mother was a saintly woman who taught me to read before Kindergarten and never wished harm on anyone. He continued to stalk and slander me for a while until he was blocked, which has caused him to harbor a grudge with me. I wouldn't do business with this person, but to each his own ...more
Bo
Jan 20, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
A hit but not a home-run.

An extended multi-chapter epilogue that was not earned and an annoying use of references (with explanation that they are references, leaving nothing to the imagination.) keeps the book from achieving the greatness it could have. The story and characters are all quite good.

What I mean about the epilogue not being earned, (the whole section after the climax, not just the chapter named epilogue,) is that characters that were terribly undeveloped are treated as if they were
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John Davidian
Feb 21, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The author tried to fornicate with my late father’s ashes, which REALLY upset my mom. I take that personally, so I had to knock him a star. Otherwise, this was a great book. Highly recommended for summer reading - you won’t want to leave your hammock, beach towel, campsite - whatever - until you’re done.
Andrew Galante
Aug 29, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I'm pretty proud that I'm the 69th person to rate this. Funny, sexy, gross and oddly inspiring!
Rick
May 08, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: own-pulp, bizarro
Despite the bizarro premise and all the wacky stuff that happens this book has a very nice social commentary about women and how poorly some men treat them. Sure there's and undead goth chick with perfect (post-mortem) boobs, trolls, a crazy voodo pimp and other characters but the main story is about how shitty mister "rock star"Johnny treats his girlfriend Adelaide, how she reacts and Johnny's ultimate fate.

This was a quick, fun read that I really enjoyed. In fact it was the second Jeff O'Brien
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Michael
If you happen to enjoy classic b-rate horror movies there's a lot to like here. This is weird fiction at its best and while there is a serious message throughout O'Brien's book his sense of humor is infectious and that's what makes this book so good. He wants you to laugh and he makes it seem so easy. When it comes down to it Boobenstein is pure weird fiction but it's not so weird that it alienates you and makes you feel as if you've just entered the Twilight Zone.

Despite what you may have he
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Ben Shepard
Oct 12, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Please bear in mind that this is a review for the 4 current BigBoobenstein books.

I read all of these books in the last 2 days. I couldn't stop reading them. Every break I had, while eating lunch (not always the best time to read some weirder fiction), at home while my wife was busy studying I was tearing through these.
The characters are fun. You fall in love with the heroes and heroines and want to set fire to the villains, or kick them in the nut-sack/otters-pocket (that's a British-ish term
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JayLynn Merrill
Nov 12, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Oh my where to start. Oh yes first off if you haven't already read this awemazingly fantastical piece of writing, what in the name of the Gods are you waiting for? Jeff is a knockout with a perfect combo of horror, comedy, and even love and heart. I fell in love with the character from the very start and honest could not put this down. I laughed out loud several times and also sat in anticipation as the story unfolded. I for one can't wait to dive further, face first into this boobtastic series! ...more
David
Feb 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I loved how fun and campy the writing in this is, but I was really impressed by how engaging the story is. I expected more of a skeleton story around which to frame the fun and camp, but I got much more than that. It really is a frolic, but that is inseparable from an actual good storyline. Best of both worlds really, and a great book.
Terry West
May 29, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Jeff O'Brien is a massively talented horror/comedy writer. Imagine a PSA on self-acceptance as produced by TROMA, and you will get an indication of what to expect with BIGBOOBENSTEIN. It's not just a read, it is an experience. If you are a fan of the humorous and bizarre, this should sit high on your gotta get list. So go get it...
Sam Tepes
Nov 24, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: bizarro
Extremely entertaining! O Brien's been on my TBR but now that I have been introduced I'm going to read more! It was campy and hysterical and gross at the same, my favorite combination! The main character is very relatable. This is bizarro done well!
Sarah Creekmore
Oct 13, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A wild and hilariously crude romp through the depths of a twisted teenage boy's fantasy, tempered by an actual love and care for real people, that's still gloriously gory and disgusting. It's everything you'd like to think your teenage boy should want to know about women and life, and yet, it still makes you want to slap him for being puerile. You have everything you don't want your kid to be obsessed with; boobs, whores, rock'n'roll, sex, depravity in our leadership, cussing, gross-outs, and ma ...more
Kevin Millikin
Feb 21, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I’m shaking with rage right now—Jeff O’Brian burst into my room, threw this book at me and called me a nerd, and rambled about my mom getting the best looking nutsack this side of the equator. Now the trailer is rocking and I can’t stop crying, but hot damn can this man create elaborate and gripping characterizations. His words stick like his cigar ash on the shag carpet in the hallway and I would recommend it to fans of shot on camcorder z-movies. Given the circumstance, I would give it five st ...more
Elliot Ross
Feb 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I’m not into goth or emo chicks, or even big boobs, but I do likes me some Frank Henenlotter, whose influence is felt strongly in Bigboobenstein. An exciting blend of parody, heart, and trash influence. Don’t get fooled by other reviews from vendetta seeking squabblegobs out for attention because their lives are excruciatingly pathetic. Get some Bigboobenstein in your life!
Wes Hall
It was about as insane as the title suggests. Fun read.
Stephan Imri-Knight
Nov 30, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: have
Mounds of Fun!
I have been looking forward to reading Bigboobenstein for a while now so finally ordered it.
It was one of the most enjoyable books I’ve read this year just for its pure fun factor.
This book is hilarious with its porn obsessed trolls, teenage boys who can’t stop masturbating, voodoo pimps and the ending I thought was brilliant but I won’t spoil it for you all here.
Of course it’s not just humour all the way through, there’s also deep philosophical questions like “Is it still necrophi
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Erica
Jul 26, 2013 rated it it was amazing
BigBoobenstein, written in the style of a campy B rated horror flick from the 80's, comes from a talented author. Jeff O'Brien has a way of creating a fun, disturbing, sometimes gross but always entertaining world with his vivid imagination that leaves you believing in his characters even if they are undead or maybe a talking hernia. However, deep down even though this novel is light hearted and funny there is a lesson to heed.

The story follows Adelaide’s journey of misery and her need to feel
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Laura Roberts
If you're a fan of old horror movies, campy goth chicks like Elvira, or have ever wondered if there was something far more sinister going down in Dr. Frankenstein's lab, you'll dig Bigboobenstein. Part Frankenstein parody, part Bizarro fable, and 100% hilarious, you'll find plenty of insanity within these pages.

Poor Adelaide De Carlo is obsessed with breasts, thanks to her idiot boyfriend, Johnny. After a botched implant surgery goes awry, she morphs into the TIT-ular Bigboobenstein and there's
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Melissa
Feb 05, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A title like Bigboobenstein gives the reader certain expectations. Well, this book delivers! The story lives up to the book's title and is pretty much exactly what you would expect it to be, complete with mad scientists, hunchbacked assistants, and jerk bass players. The trolls are an added bonus.

I picked the ebook up for free during a sale on Amazon. I figured I didn't have much to lose at that price, and I could not resist the cheesy title. The plot is extremely simple and linear, but it is we
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Russell Holbrook
Mar 04, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I finally read the legendary Bigboobenstein! Wow, this book is so rad! I love stories that celebrate the weird, the outcast, and the underdogs of society. If one work of fiction could be described as being both lurid and innocent at the same time, this would be it. The whole book has a refreshingly upbeat tone to it and it was pure fun from start to finish, like the best B horror movie, only better, because it's a book. There is also a clear beginning, middle, and end, an engaging story, loads o ...more
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