MachoPoni: A Prance with Death (Poniworld Chronicles #1) [NOOK Book]

Overview

In the first volume of the Poniworld Chronicles, MachoPoni has no choice but to enter the Dark Kingdom, where the undead ponies roam. He must rescue Dust, the poni he loves from the dark princess's castle, using wit, creativity and his magic bouncy blue ball to survive. A twisted parody of My Little Pony, The Care Bears, and other 80's staples. Warning: contains gore and mild sexual content. Note: The next volumes in the Poniworld Chronicles are now available. They're called Mein Poni-Kampf: A Biography of the ...

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MachoPoni: A Prance with Death (Poniworld Chronicles #1)

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Overview

In the first volume of the Poniworld Chronicles, MachoPoni has no choice but to enter the Dark Kingdom, where the undead ponies roam. He must rescue Dust, the poni he loves from the dark princess's castle, using wit, creativity and his magic bouncy blue ball to survive. A twisted parody of My Little Pony, The Care Bears, and other 80's staples. Warning: contains gore and mild sexual content. Note: The next volumes in the Poniworld Chronicles are now available. They're called Mein Poni-Kampf: A Biography of the Leader of the Nazi Ponies, My Brootal Poni: A Very Butch Poni Tale, and Dust in Your Eyes: An Erotic Poni Tale.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148937241
  • Publisher: Death Pout
  • Publication date: 7/3/2013
  • Series: Poniworld Chronicles , #1
  • Sold by: Draft2Digital
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 128,799
  • File size: 717 KB

Meet the Author

Sign up to receive emails when new books are released: loteyrose.com/contact.htmlLotus Rose is also the author of MachoPoni: A Prance with Death. He writes about young characters in strange situations. At times dark, silly, or bawdy, his writing owes much to such influences as Alice in Wonderland and Roald Dahl, and explores themes like disillusionment, and the corruption of innocence. If his books were movies, they'd likely be directed by Tim Burton. He often writes in a style that is a more edgy, “grown-up” version of children’s literature interspersed with his poetry and songs.Here's a short poem he wrote:O, shall I be like the lotus,And bring you dark dreams and soft sighs?Or shall I be like the rose is,Sweet-scented and tempting your eyes?For the unending sleep can seduce you,To the world behind unseeing eyes.And the beauty that beckons, then cuts you,Is also the cruelest of lies.
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    Posted January 13, 2013

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    Posted January 31, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 20, 2012

    Dark Nature Explored

    If you have a dark nature this will keep you enthralled and wondering what happened to the sweet stories to happen this way. Hmm... this is on par with the dark side of good.

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  • Posted October 3, 2010

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    A "fractured fairy tale" from the bottom of your 80's toy box!

    Are you a fan of popular 1980's toys and looking for a quick read to make you laugh? Perhaps you feel that your nostalgic childhood pals need just a pinch less pixie dust? Lotus Rose's "MachoPoni: A Prance With Death" is a quirky short story that will dig up all of your treasured childhood memories...and stick them in a blender with today's horror fads. Primarily drawing elements from the "My Little Pony and Friends" cartoon, Lotus Rose takes several girls' franchises and turns them on their heads. Undead My Little Ponies and Care Bears consumed by bloodlust may not have been seen during the original cartoons and movies, but if you feel that those elements are what these cuties have been missing, you will certainly not be disappointed. "MachoPoni" is just long enough to be enjoyable without dragging scenes on for far too long. Even with the silly feel of the book, Lotus Rose also wraps up this fractured fairy tale nicely with an ending that may just tempt you to open that vintage pack of Strawberry Shortcake tissues kept on your collection display shelf. Whether you're an 80's toy collector like myself interested in reading any sort of wacky story about your beloved treasures, a fan of shows like "Robot Chicken", or just someone looking for a quick diversion, you might just want to let "MachoPoni" bounce his trusty ball into your library and your heart--available as a free eBook, it's certainly worth giving a chance!

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