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Just the Good Parts

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by: Tony Arnold
Books with a 4 star rating  (1)
Publication Date: April 14, 2022
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 227
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White

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Book Synopsis
"Just the Good Parts" presents tales of love, lust, loss and hypergamy in a sordid collection of stories that only the White Devil Press would dare publish. Also, another novella-length examination of adult theme park Florida, in which Doyce Whisanant recounts his "Lost Days in the Adventure Club." Volume 29 of The Whisanant Mythos, and as usual, not one for the squeamish.
Customer Comments
Posted: June 10, 2022
Customer comment 4 star rating
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First of all, I'm actually going to see the performance of this work, so I'm already nostalgic. I still feel impressed by the actual fact that I was able to experience a valuable live performance by this author of interest. It's not the original main writer because T. Arnold has changed to Doyce Whisanant, but I love the progress, so I don't have any reverence and the deputy is Greek. I thought there was only a Adventurer's Club, but there was also an Adventure Club. The cloth can always see between two pseudonymous authors at once, Jesus and Bagulus often. Pulp fans are in tears. Von Hesselbrut's essia can only be heard at this time. I will soon leave. As for the source of the publication, the master manuscript discovered in North America is quite suspicious. I guess it's probably a Scientonomy record book eruption. The first few chapters have waviness caused by the warpage of the pirate board around 80 years in the past. Since the paperback is the master, the background noise is as it is. I also own the leather edition, so I don't care much, but it's better than the pirate book that was before. The range of focus is also rising, facing somewhat close to mania. The source is a bit suspicious, so it is four stars.
About The Author
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Tony Arnold is the cryptonym under which internationally recognized science/travel writer and Tiki Misanthropologist Dr. Crabbe Rangoon publishes his creative fiction. Serving on renowned explorer Horst von Hesselbrut's last expedition, his subsequent endeavors included procurement journeys into Asia, the South Pacific and The Dark Continent. Distinguished as the Praetor Imprimitor of the Ordinis Orientalium Nasi Templum, he serves as the Intergalactic Attache for the Temple of Scientonomy. He is formally attached to the Ruling Council of The Spear of the Just and is Chancellor of the Ministry of Truth. He holds the Regent Chair of the Knights of the Eightfold Clover, and is an internet influencer. He's also a member of the Friends of the Library. Dr. Rangoon resides in a stilt home above the waters near Candor-on-Asperger, where he generates quaint music, writes and edits for the White Devil Press, frequents Chinese restaurants, and collects Oceanic artifacts, tobacco pipes, and exotic books.
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