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Book: Reluctant Gods II - The Demon Seth by A.J. Aaron
Immortal gods trapped by an insolent boy demon!? ... Now what!? What people are saying! ...Well developed characters, outrageous conversations, thorough descriptions illustrating scenery and movements. Polite society it ain't. ...The characters continue to engage the reader and display some shocking behavior in this fantasy. They are paramount to the comedy of the story and the reader is kept [...]
 
Book: A-Z of Understanding Italians (An Irreverent Guide) by Steve Emmett
Are you heading to Italy for your holidays? Planning to buy a house there? However long you stay you'll be better prepared if you read this highly irreverent booklet.Why is Italy full of old contes? Why do you need half a day to draw cash on your credit card? Why do Audis travel in pairs? Why should you be afraid of old men in trilbys, especially when they are behind the wheel of a Fiat Panda? Is [...]
 
Book: Hot Minnesota Sex Death by M. R. Nesheim
Ole and Lena Ingersson, leaders of the utopian town of Nede, die during a sexually convoluted act, creating doubt, panic and fear to flow through the town's citizens. Their death allows the mischievous Mucus Adonis to return. Ole and Lena's son Inger leaves to investigate his parents' death, hoping to discover either truth or reason behind their passing. Mucus preys on Oddmund Ingersson's vanity [...]
 
Book: My Favorite Second Chance (The Lake Effect Series Book 2) by Rue
An untimely second chance. An unexpected windfall. Will these sisters find love or disaster? What if the only second chance you ever wanted came exactly when you DIDN'T need it? Gwenn is floating in the dreamy, fragile glow of her new relationship with wealthy artist, Daniel Gregory, when a blast from her past makes a triumphant return. Sure, this is the same man who ran out on her over a decade [...]
 
Book: GRANDMA STINKS! by Mark C. Collins
"GRANDMA STINKS!" is a children's picture book told in first-person by a little girl named Emma. When Emma's mother tells her that Grandma is coming to live with Emma and her parents, Emma is so excited! But when Grandma arrives, Emma discovers that Grandma is... well, rather stinky! Emma never lets Grandma know, but she is vocal about it to her parents, and especially to the reader. Throughout [...]
 
Book: Follow the Stone (an Emmett Love Western) by John Locke
International best-selling author John Locke (Saving Rachel, Wish List, Now & Then, Lethal People, Lethal Experiment) tackles a new genre, with hilarious results. Follow the Stone (An Irreverent Western Adventure) is a good-hearted, rollicking story about a former gunslinger and his crablike scout, who journey West with a mail order bride, a witch, and a wagon full of prostitutes!
 
Book: Tales From the Dew Drop Inne by Kenneth Weene
Tales from the Dew Drop Inne" reads like a darkly humorous sitcom. The tone is both heartfelt and deliciously irreverent, showing that one does not need to hate humanity to appreciate the humor of life. Here are tales of drifters, alcoholics, religious renegades, veterans, and drag queens set in pub that is at once a confessional, a circus, and a psychiatric hospital. --Marina Julia Neary, author [...]
 
Book: Living The Big Sky Life - Urban Tales Of My Tortured Tenure In by DK King
"Living The Big Sky Life" is a clever memoir by DK King that will take you on a healing journey from the outside in - from the coastlines of Orange County, California, to the big sky resort town of Whitefish, Montana. In a written voice that can be described as nothing short of audacious - real, raw and irreverent - DK King portrays her powerful passage through the peaks and valleys of love and [...]
 
Book: Relatively Strange - A Roller-Coaster Of A Psi-Fi Thriller (Strange Series Book 1) by Marilyn Messik
Forced to call on resources she didn't know she possessed and thrust headlong into the violence of a situation for which nothing could have prepared her, Stella's suddenly face to face with the stark reality of medical experimentation and its horrifying consequences. But in a world of uncertainties, she's sure of one thing - this hero stuff really isn't her. Normal, or as near as damn it is what [...]
 
Book: Into the Void by Emma Stein
The country of Anglina is teeming with social upheaval, and its officials have found an unlikely national hero in a philosopher and social activist named Horace. The Anglinian government has appointed the effeminate, irreverent, and stubborn scholar to undertake a journey around the world to learn the secret of other countries' success. Unfortunately for Horace, most of the societies he visits [...]
 
Book: Into the Light Boldly . . . an odyssey of self-discovery by Val Edward Simone
What happens after the lights finally go out? Where do we go when the life force leaves the body? What lies on the "other side" of this thing we call mortal life? How should one live one's life while preparing to die? These are just some of man's perennial questions. With a careful look at the beliefs and projections of many cultures, Val Edward Simone has crafted a beautifully written [...]
 
Book: Ask Me Anything - A Memoir by Marie Rudisill with Susan Marg
Ask "The Fruitcake Lady" and get ready! You never know what she'll say next. Marie Rudisill has been called many things: irreverent, sassy, brash, even rude, and, certainly, too old to be crude. You get the idea, if you don't know her already as "The Fruitcake Lady" from The Tonight Show. Well into her nineties, she became a television celebrity, going mouth to mouth with anyone who asked her a [...]
 
Book: Getting Lei'd by Ann Omasta
Jilted by text message. Honeymooning with her grandma. The resort's bartender may look like Jason Momoa, but Roxy is NOT interested. Being jilted nearly-at-the-altar by text message is not at all how prim and proper Roxy Rose thought her wedding day would go. Getting dragged along anyway on her Hawaiian honeymoon by her self-centered sister and irreverent grandma is the icing on the horrible [...]
 
Book: Just Add Salt (Hetta Coffey Mystery Series - Book 2) by Jinx Schwartz
From USA Today Bestselling and Award-Winning Author, Jinx Schwartz! Hetta Coffey is a sassy Texan with a snazzy yacht, and she's not afraid to use it! A globe-trotting engineer with attitude, a penchant for trouble, and a yacht, Hetta is back, and this time she's steering us into hot Mexican waters. Miffed that vacation plans with her chronically absent boyfriend, Jenks Jenkins, have gone awry, [...]
 
Book: Crusader (Archangel Book 1) by Vijaya Schartz
Michael Tanner a proud, brash, irreverent, half Native American, and single father, doesn't believe in aliens. When a Blue Angel claims to have fathered him, Michael knows his drinking has gone haywire... But a seductive Prince of Darkness born of a nightmare now targets Michael's family. When his girlfriend disappears and characters from his dreams suddenly materialize to threaten his daughter, [...]
 
Book: Mother Teresa's Advice for Jilted Lovers by Donna Barker
Mother Teresa's Advice for Jilted Lovers is a hilarious, irreverent take on the darker side of spirituality. Every time Tara Holland thinks she's getting close to finally having her white wedding, the man who should be on his knee, giving her roses, winds up on his back, pushing up daisies. Needless to say, Tara's beginning to think she's cursed when it comes to men. Her best friend, Betsy, who's [...]
 
Book: A Guide to Foreign Obama Cartoons by Bohdan O. Szuprowicz
The cartoons we have identified in this guide are mostly foreign in origin although in many instances they are written in English, clearly prepared for distribution and use in English-language publications. Many foreign cartoons about Obama are seen to be insensitive, offensive, irreverent, vulgar, racist and otherwise "politically incorrect". They are often rated unsuitable for American [...]
 
Book: Small Town Trouble by Jean Erhardt
Meet Kim Claypoole, restaurateur, reluctant heroine and amateur sleuth with moxie galore. "I'd had a feeling all along that this wasn't going to be my day. But I hadn't been prepared for things to go this badly..." In Small Town Trouble, the first in a series from mystery writer Jean Erhardt, we get acquainted with Kim Claypoole's irreverent and witty ways of dealing with the peculiar characters [...]
 
Book: Not So Innocently Abroad - Official State Department Tour or Sinister Government Plot to Disappear Me? by Ken Richters
From award-winning actor and playwright Ken Richters comes this original, irreverent, and funny travel memoir of his month-long U.S. Department of State goodwill tour of Russia and Ukraine. Before Russian President Vladimir Putin's takeover of Ukraine's Crimea region, and after spending more than 30 years performing as Mark Twain (satirizing every government official and politician within [...]
 
Book: Justice in America - How it Works - How it Fails by Russell F. Moran
From Kirkus Review - The goddess of justice is blind and deaf and very often dumb according to this savvy critique of the American legal system. Moran, a lawyer, journalist and founding editor of The New York Jury Verdict Reporter, knows firsthand the problems that plague American jurisprudence, and isn't afraid to point fingers. Topping his rogue's gallery are "incompetent idiots" on the bench, [...]
 


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