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You'll never want to use a public restroom ever again.
Meet Willy Gee.
He's the public restroom janitor at the Kaleidoscope shopping mall.

His is a workplace where civilians go to relieve themselves.
Where babies get changed.
Where strangers go to play...
… and a host of bodily fluids go to rest.

Willy is great at his job.
He keeps everything in working order.
Until toda
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Kindle Edition, 198 pages
Published November 17th 2017 by Chrome Valley Books
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Jennifer
Nov 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Mackay is known for pushing the limits and this story continues that tradition with gusto. The fact that there's a picture of a bloody toilet on the cover should be your first clue that this is going to be straight up gross! If you're looking for a new diet, forget all of those latest fads and just read a chapter from here every time you feel a craving coming on. But besides being nasty, this is a great tale of an average working man with terrible secret whom we follow around on one of his crapp ...more
Sharon Leung
Jul 18, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Gross

Gross and different. Well this book has me mixed at first wondering where it was heading. Even as I got to the end I sort of had an idea but wasn't sure, so it had me stuck as I was captured into the story wanting to read more and more. It turned very gross I won't say why as it would spoil it but but the thought of the thing in the story just turns your stomach. All in all a good read, unusual, different but good. I'd recommend to anyone who wants a break from the norm .
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Lisa Eiff
Nov 17, 2017 rated it really liked it
From a daily job...to gross...to grosser, and on to demented. This story focuses on the daily struggles of a mall janitor. It's a bit unsettling, and not run of the mill literature, to say the least. You'll never think of public restrooms the same again. ...more
Janneke Wolbers
Nov 17, 2017 rated it really liked it
Kinda grossed me out.
I got weird looks while reading this probably cause of my facial expressions... But that does not mean i did not enjoy reading this... I just shouldnt have eaten while reading
Dsjm Reviews
Nov 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Reviewed by Demetrius Svette

If you don’t know who Andrew MacKay is, shame on you; but, it is not too late for you to read the work that comes from his genius mind that lies inside the pages of his books. I’d like to welcome you to another mind-altering book created by MacKay. He has written many books that range from comedy to horror and thriller; but Convenience is definitely in a category all of it’s own. It shifts to the left, the right and slams through to hit the water beneath. I have read
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Bonnie Dale Keck
Nov 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
kindle unlimited, read all his stuff, the In Your Shoes weren't really that 'gross' but that's something can't say for many or all of the rest lol

You'll never want to use a public restroom ever again. Meet Willy Gee. He's the public restroom janitor at the Kaleidoscope shopping mall. His is a workplace where civilians go to relieve themselves. Where babies get changed. Where strangers go to play... … and a host of bodily fluids go to rest. Willy is great at his job. He keeps everything in workin
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Andi
Nov 14, 2017 rated it really liked it
Convenience by Andrew Mackay wasn't quite what I was expecting. I will wholeheartedly admit, part of why I read it was because it was something different for me. Don't get me wrong, I love horror, and have read many different genres and sub-genres.

Based on the description, I was intrigued. Would I be able to finish it? I won't lie, there was a couple of times, I wasn't sure. Convenience was graphic, but not in the ways we've become desensitized to through today's media, games and TV.

What I will
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Rose Aitken
Jun 03, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Absolute pure filth

I don’t know if I’ve overrated this book or not. I’m not even sure what to make of it. I do know this though. When I first started reading this I thought it kind of a sad sort of book about a lonely insomniac with a full day shifit ahead of him. I’m not sure if the author tended it or not but still here goes. It made me laugh especially the poop monster. I am trying to keep this clean (no pun intended). Is this a comedy horror? Sort of I think. it’s weird and mixed up and utte
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Jolene Huber
Nov 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Nothing Convenient About It.

This book will take you on a weird wild ride. Just when you think you might know what is going to happen something gets thrown at you that is more gross and unexpected than what you just got done reading. There were a few times I had to put it down and walk away to think about exactly what I had just read.
John
Jan 13, 2018 rated it it was ok
A pity, it could have been a good book. The social issues were raised in the story, but covered in too much violence and gore to be considered for more than one minute. Nothing worth reading on a large amount of pages (unless you enjoy gore), so I just scanned over them. To me, it's better than a one-star, but two-star might be is a bit generous. Cannot honestly recommend. ...more
Jennifer Willison
Feb 11, 2019 rated it it was amazing
If you're looking for something that is very different and horrifically disgusting, this is definitely it. Convenience is a great quick read that will keep you riveted! ...more
Connie Charron
Dec 10, 2017 rated it really liked it
I enjoyed this novel, though in some parts it was a little dark for my tastes. I laughed and felt like gagging at some points, but overall I did enjoy it. I do like Andrew Mackay's work. Hats off to you Andrew. Your imagination is amazing. ...more
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