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Publisher's Summary

Here you have found a book so foul, so repulsive, so horrifying...that you will undoubtedly find yourself running to the nearest bathroom in an effort to both relieve your bowels and scrub your hands clean of their putrid filth. Though these attempts will be in vain - just as the authors of this demented book of short stories have planned. I speak of none other than the intolerable Mr. Vincent V. Cava and his dimwitted pen pal, S. R. Tooms (the pair oftentimes billed simply as hideous and handsome). They have finally released this humorous collection of terrifying tales, despite the bitter public outcry that demanded these pages never see the light of day...and perhaps for good reason.

Inside this tome you will hear such stories as the much talked about "Gas Station Bathroom", which has been known to cause many travelers to rethink their next rest stop pullover.

The psychological masterpiece in "The Horror of Knowing" will never allow you to gaze upon your friends in the same light again.

"A Favor for a Favor" depicts an unparalleled moralistic look at the true nature of mankind - complete with an exquisitely satisfying finish that will have you shaking your head with sinister disbelief.

These are but a few of the many finely crafted tales lurking within this haunted collection. To those of you with a few screws loose in the noggin or those with a twisted smile (and crooked tooth or two), I bid you enter this haven of horror....

©2014 Vincent V. Cava and S.R. Tooms (P)2014 Vincent V. Cava and S.R. Tooms

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amazing

Love, love, love everything about this audio book!! Mr. Creepy Pasta U Rock!!!! He truly make stories come alive.

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I’m biased as I love all of these guys’ work.

My review is biased as I have been a fan of Mr Creepy Pasta, V. V. Cava and S. R. Tooms for quite some time.

What can I say, it’s MrCreepyPasta at his best. The selected shorts, many of which I’ve previously enjoyed, are a wonderful addition to my Audible library. As always, the story selection is sublime, the music and sound effect selections are never over the top added to the listening experience. I hope there’s more

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Very Entertaining Stories & Narrator

Quite a fun story & well read! I finished it in 1 setting, and I didn't plan to!

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seriously cheesy

title says it all. The stories are contrived and chliched and the endings are cheap as hell

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FANTASTIC

Great book with dark humour, made me chuckle, highly recomend this if your taste is a little darker

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Great bite-sized spooky stories

Definitely some original ideas showed in this book, a couple that made my skin crawl.
As far as narration, if you've ever heard a Mr Creepypasta video, you know what to expect. I personally enjoy his pace and the voices que makes for different characters; helps me follow who is who.

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Mr. Creepypasta is a awesome narrator!

Some stories were good, some not so much. The second story to the end almost made me stop the book. But overall good.

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Epic

Loved it to dead

Wish more narrators would use this much love in there story telling

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Disappointing :(

More than anything I’m really disappointed there wasn’t really any substance to this book. Normally I LOVE his work. Most of the book was weird 1 to 5 min story’s that are all on YouTube. Not like tales from the gas station where the YouTube version is like 1/20th of the story, but the Audible version is the whole story and SOOOOOOO GOOD. This was literally word for word, where thing that is already on YouTube. :( and now I have to wait another month for my next book :( honestly I picked this book bc I really hoped “favor for a favor” (the preview on here) was an extended book.

Well I hope my next book choose will be better than this. :( like rain on a pool day :(

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Extreme disappointment from a fan

Literally I’m listenable. I have been a buster creepy fan for a very long time. But he apparently has zero range. He could’ve taken the opportunity to talk slowly and deeply and evilly about eating someone else’s intestines but instead he hast to use the same personality voice that he uses with everything else. I am disappointed at his lack of range or interest in the book that he’s reading out loud