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From the warped mind of Lance Carbuncle comes another genre-defying tale of mayhem, madness, and revenge. When a portal to the netherworld spews noxious fumes over an entire town, the villagers are collectively driven mad and direct their murderous rage toward one outcast youth. With almost the whole town set against him, Greg Samsa does the only thing he can, turning to his deceased grandfather's occult paraphernalia to help defend himself. In the attic of his dilapidated family mansion, Greg builds an army of reanimated fetal pigs, stoner lunkhead servants, flying piss-monkeys, and raccoon bodyguards. Greg has taken all that he can stand. The villagers want him and his family gone. It's all headed for a savage, gore-splattered showdown between good and evil in small-town Ohio.
Reviews of The Unmentionables
"Go home, Lance Carbuncle. You're drunk again. Actually, wait, stick around. Tell me more about this messed up part of Ohio in the gross, weird, hilarious way that only you can. With his latest, the UNMENTIONABLES, cult favorite Carbuncle explores a much more personal realm, but still through his jaundiced view. Sensational read!"
-Patrick Wensink, Bestselling author of Fake Fruit Factory and others.
The Dr. Reverend Lance Carbuncle was born sometime during the last millennium and he's been getting bigger, older and uglier ever since. Carbuncle is an ordained minister with the Church of Spiritual Humanism. Carbuncle doesn't eat deviled eggs, and he doesn't drink cheap beer. Carbuncle doesn't wear sock garters. Carbuncle does tell stories. His stories are channeled through a pathetic little man who has to work a respectable job during the days in order to feed the infestation of children in his house. Carbuncle is the author of: Smashed, Squashed, Splattered, Chewed, Chunked and Spewed; Grundish and Askew; Sloughing Off the Rot; and, The Unmentionables. Carbuncle likes to hear what his readers think. You can let him know how you feel about his books, or just send him strange questions and/or pictures, at email@example.com. Joseph Tomlinson is a partially self-trained artist who resides in the Pacific Northwest. His work is normally a bit too dark for his wife, Suk, to understand or appreciate. Working with pens and different pigments are his weapons of choice, but there are times when he makes ceramic sculptures that Suk refers to as monsters. His work can be found online at Instagram under the name of jorotom.