This is what he had to say:
6. APESHIT by Carlton Mellick III – If there has ever been a more apt title for a novel, I don’t know what it is. Apeshit is Carlton Mellick’s absolutely ape-shit bizarro homage to the 80’s slasher genre. It has all the trappings. A carload of surplus, expendable teenagers. A remote, backwoods cabin. Strange local inhabitants. A killer lurking in the woods. But these tropes are soon vivisected, examined and then sewn together into new things, as the best fiction of the bizarro genre often does. Hilarious, insightful and absolutely over-the-fucking-top, Apeshit will appeal to both traditional slasher fans and readers who want something a bit heavier. Plus, the scene with the girl who uses her own intestines as a rope is the grisliest – and funniest – thing I’ve read all year.
The day after Christmas I decided to relax and do some artwork.
This is what I did:
Three christmases were pretty exhausting but a lot of fun. I’m ready to sleep for a couple days. This is what I was given:
Left for Dead 2
Doctor Who – E-Space Trilogy
Doctor Who – Delta and the Bannermen
Boneshaker by Cherie Priest
Farscape the complete series
Gunslinger Girl 2 complete boxset
Last Exile complete boxset
Star Trek PEZ dispenser boxset
some gift cards
Andrew Goldfarb, bizarro musician and author of Slub Glub in the Weird World of the Weeping Willows, has a new Christmas song for you. Goldfarb’s pet guinea pig Coco does percussion on the song.
Listen to it here:
This looks like a book worth checking out:
“Santa Conquers the Homophobes” by Robert Devereaux
I’ve read Robert’s earlier book “Santa Steps Out” which was just brilliant. I’m sure this one is good too. It’s too late to recommend this as a Christmas gift, but maybe next year.