The Baboon's Left Testicle: Part One of Two

The Baboon's Left Testicle: Part One of Two

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by Andrew Baker, Gary McArthur
     
 
What is there against a Baboon's Left Testicle? And before you all scream "The right one of course!" I feel duty bound to inform you that, in this case, you would be mistaken, for our baboon has suffered a most intimate and injurious injustice - his right testicle has been wrenched from its furry pouch by a person, or persons, unknown in order to fulfil a long-held

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What is there against a Baboon's Left Testicle? And before you all scream "The right one of course!" I feel duty bound to inform you that, in this case, you would be mistaken, for our baboon has suffered a most intimate and injurious injustice - his right testicle has been wrenched from its furry pouch by a person, or persons, unknown in order to fulfil a long-held prophesy and set afoot plans for world domination. And herein lies the confusion in our tale - does the offending scrotal-raider have the right one for the job or is it the wrong one, being the right one? Set alongside this an unlikely group of misfits - including some completely oblivious newly-weds, a 200 year old, dead, gay, unidextrous pie maker and his curious short-arsed lover by the name of Gerard O'nad, a murderous army of Welsh zombies and an all-stitching, all-dancing counter-army of equally murderous Pearly Kings and Queens and you have an almighty pile of baboon excrement - but an equally almighty 'bloody good read!'

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781447569619
Publisher:
Lulu.com
Publication date:
03/13/2013
Sold by:
LULU PRESS
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
259 KB

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The Baboon's Left Testicle: Part One of Two 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It helped me understand the diversity of not just species, but genders, ages, and disabilties. I never thought I could learn so much from this book! The title can be decieving though, so instead of not judging a book by its cover, don't judge this book by its title. The content actually has very little to do with the monkey's testicles.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really a book about monky balls