Little Monster Hell: A Retail Hell Underground Digital Short

Little Monster Hell: A Retail Hell Underground Digital Short

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by Freeman Hall
     
 

There is no wrath like a Hellspawn scorned . . .

They scream. They cry. And they're worse then just miniature versions of their entitled, rude, and too-often crazy parents. They're Hellspawn.

These child terrors didn't get their name for being cute. They have ransacked stores, turned on their parents, and tried to get employees fired. And the

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Overview

There is no wrath like a Hellspawn scorned . . .

They scream. They cry. And they're worse then just miniature versions of their entitled, rude, and too-often crazy parents. They're Hellspawn.

These child terrors didn't get their name for being cute. They have ransacked stores, turned on their parents, and tried to get employees fired. And the retail slaves that suffer their tantrums are tired of keeping quiet.

In these 43 hilarious-and-true stories from RetailHellUnderground.com bloggers, little monsters like Pee Boy, Pony Girl, and the Little Ice Cream Devils give kids everywhere a bad name. But when Mouthy gets his smart-alecky due and the Screamer is offered an exorcism, you'll find yourself rooting for the Underground heroes in no time!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440537080
Publisher:
F+W Media
Publication date:
09/10/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
934,022
File size:
402 KB

Meet the Author

Freeman Hall, a professed retail slave and author of Retail Hell, began his indentured servitude to the world of retail at twenty. He started RetailHellUnderground.com in 2007 as a satirical sounding board for service workers worldwide. Look for Freeman’s latest book, Return to the Big Fancy, on shelves in October 2012!

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Little Monster Hell: A Retail Hell Underground Digital Short 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It would be nice to have a variety of people writing the stories. Not to say they're boring, but there has to be more than the mediocre less than ten people they publish. Don't get me wrong i like the stories, i really do. But if these books are going to keep getting published, they should be longer filled with more writers. On a different note, this is therapeutic considering i deal with hellspawn