Read This Kunts
Paperback, 118 Pages
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Once upon a time.A story came to be. A brotherhood, born in legend, the Doogy Rev brothers come together on paper for the first time, igniting the page with their hot ink that gushes and spews from their pen.Is it not therefore near complusory to gratify oneself by eagerly lapping up their excretions? Murder and the twisted souls of two bored young men, lain bare - brutalized and now realised............ Or................ What happens when two lads decide to plan a murder to relieve the tedium, then start a cult to relieve the tedium of planning a murder, then just commit the murder themselves when they realize their cult couldn't organize a wank in their own pockets...
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Jun 23, 2009"read this kunts" inovated,interesting and whole heartedly inspiring. a brown star to all.
Nov 27, 2007"Read this Kunts" Once I'd got past the potentially offensive title, I found this book to be a number of things, firstly it's a highly compelling read but you can't quite put your finger on why you become so drawn to it, the story is fairly limited, but the style of writing is such that you get the impression that a 'story' in the traditional sense was never what Doogy Rev intended - they/he ( still not sure which applies )have written something unlike anything i've ever been fortunate to chance across before, doing away with any of the tried ( read 'tired') and tested formula writers so often use and plumping for something far more snappy/witty/insightful and even at times philosophical. Appreciate that it mightn't be to everyones taste, but if you like your books to give you something to ponder long after you've put them down then this might be for you. Thanks Doogy Rev for letting me into your strange, twisted little world.
Jul 2, 2007"Review of section of 'Read this Kunts' posted on Urbis.com by pennyloafer" I like this a lot. Your writing style jumps around a bit, not too much so as to lose sight of what it’s about , but enough to keep my focus. I guess another reason is that while I am technically someone who is still in the range of the folks who think they’re immortal, fame/infamy/the fear of being forgotten is already looming over me. It’s a nice thing to address. Reminds me of Sartre’s “Modern Erostratus.” Almost too much, in fact. Almost.
Feb 12, 2006"Shelf-building stuff this" I am one of those people who work from home, it sounds great I know - but believe me it's not. It's ridiculously hard to be disciplined and so you have to formulate some sort of routine to get you through the 'working day' and separate the work from home / home from work thing. Mine starts at about 7am when I get up and have my routine cup of tea, it has become a habit and it makes me sound old, but I am only 29. However, during that period I always have to read something, it's about the only time that I seem to read and so consequently a book that should only take a few weeks goes on for a few months. At Christmas I unwrapped 'Read this Kunts' to the joyous sounds of Christmas carols that my parents always put on for Christmas morning. I started reading the Doogy Rev's creation and it took me all but two weeks (I am a slow reader) MY REVIEW...Well I did find it seriously disturbing but it was also somewhat compelling. I was completely absorbed in... More > this tale and especially taken by Swill's stories that tend to go off into a humorous tangent to the actual plot. His shed-building account actually inspired me to finish a seven-story sort of shelving stroke cupboard unit in our flat. After reading that particular bit one Friday morning, I decided that it would be started and completed on the Saturday - I worked until two in the morning, thanks Swill. Despite Swill and Johnny having completely different styles of writing, you do get a sense of their 'connection'. However, I feel that you get far more into Swill's character than Johnny's and that Johnny remains somewhat of an enigma to me. This is a sinister tale with sinister ideas, not that you wouldn't think so by the title. However, it also has some oddly normal and moral aspects about life and the small pleasures that everyday living can bring. Overall a great read, well done Doogy Rev Brothers. The Brother Cell, London.< Less
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- Standard Copyright License
- October 19, 2005
- Perfect-bound Paperback
- Interior Ink
- Black & white
- 0.5 lbs.
- Dimensions (inches)
- 6 wide x 9 tall
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