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    Pass The Soy Sauce

    Imagine if you will an alternate universe where Douglas Adams and Stephen King fell love. And thanks to great advances in reproductive technologies they had a child. And they name that child Jason Pargin who in turn reinvents himself as David Wong. And let's imagine that David lives a quiet life as a video rental clerk but after a full meal of Kung Fu Chicken drowning in soy sauce, writes a novel on the back of Red Mountain Dew labels. But he's not sure if he has anything, so he calls all his friends to a naked lunch at Dennys at the end of the universe for a meat feast. William S. Buroughs, Simon Pegg, H. P. Lovecraft, Clive Barker and John Cleese were invited. Danny Glover and Mel Gibson just kinda showed up and tried to take over. And over the course of that momentous lunch an object of such story telling perfection was created that, when all the pens were finally put down, the whole of the universe collapsed under it. All that was left was this book, which teleported to our universe into the water bowl of a happy Irish Setter and somehow made it's way to a publisher's hands. Reading this book is imperative. Just go easy on the soy sauce. Better yet, best leave it in a dark corner of your fridge.
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    John Dies at the End is probably one of the best books I have had the fortune of reading. It's irreverent in a way that other books can only dream of. It is profoundly intelligent, thoughtful, and full of weird dick jokes. It's a damn good horror novel. You should buy this book immediately.
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    mind bendy

    i stumbled across the movie on netflix, and loved it. when i found out it was based on a book, i hade to read it. it was even better than the movie. i read his next book and am buying his third. 'dave wong' is a fantastic sci-fi writer and a hell of a smart and funny dude. if you have a slightly goofy sense of humor and want to go on a crazy, mind bending adventure, you will love this book.
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    A very cool read - especially around halloween. The mix of humour/horror light/dark is perfect. I was captivated - so much so that I devoured the second book too ('This Book Is Full Of Spiders...) ... gret stuff
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    :[ rip

    I died at the end, it really hurt
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