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Uncle Steve's Redneck Anthology
     

Uncle Steve's Redneck Anthology

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by Stephen Moffitt
 

Possibly one of the craziest books of all time, Uncle Steve's Redneck Anthology: Volume 1 takes a look at the lives of a few blue-collar folks in rural America. The book consists of six "out there" stories, including a drunken man who accidentally drinks his dead brother's ashes after mistaking them for coffee grounds, rednecks of the future battling an evil

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Possibly one of the craziest books of all time, Uncle Steve's Redneck Anthology: Volume 1 takes a look at the lives of a few blue-collar folks in rural America. The book consists of six "out there" stories, including a drunken man who accidentally drinks his dead brother's ashes after mistaking them for coffee grounds, rednecks of the future battling an evil repo man, and a dysfunctional family's Christmas holiday. So, sit back and have a good laugh.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781424105670
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
12/12/2005
Pages:
56
Product dimensions:
0.13(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)

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Uncle Steve's Redneck Anthology 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read this book the day I recieved it and found it to be very... hysterical. I've never read such broad stories in such a small book. It's amazing how hilarious some of the character's antics in this book truly are. I recall a chapter that centers on a heartbroken man that ends up being haunted by mistaking his own brother's ashes for coffee grounds and drinking him... which leads to some very funny occurences. I loved this rednecks of the future type story set in outer space where the two main characters are set to defeat an evil repo-man across the galaxy. I especially loved the Christmas story with three funny rednecks, Butch, Delray, and Al. A simple review could never truly express exactly how much fun can be compacted into these 6 short stories that are in the book, including the 3 I have mentioned. But I highly recommend 'Uncle Steve's Redneck Anthology' for anyone who really likes to sit back and have a good laugh... you're sure to find that here. One of my personal favorites.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The funniest, most enteraining book I've ever read. Reading this book will give you a great asset for any social situation
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed 'Uncle Steve's Redneck Anthology'. I don't think I've ever read a fifty-something paged book with so much packed into it. Frankly, I don't think I've ever read a funnier book. Stephen Moffitt looks far into the realm of comedy in this book. Sometimes it's a morbid and darker sense, and at times, just plain funny. There's a story of a man(Jim Varner) whom is ran over by a truck and there's nothing left of him. His brother, Melvin, his only living family, has him cremated. Well, Melvin can't afford an urn so he puts Jim into his prized tupperware container and lets him rest on the kitchen counter. Later on in the story Melvin gets drunk and ends up craving coffee... sadly, he mistakes his own brother's ashes for coffee grounds. Well, he ends up drinking Jim and then everything just goes crazy, it's hilarious though. There was also a quite memorable story of a man who was very... disturbed, you could say. He trapped these young men in his trailer on Halloween night. He kept decrepit and old... dead, mother in a back room. He believed that she would rise again on halloween and be hungry... it was quite funny the way this story is told though. One of my favorite of the six stories was a great adventure story set in the future... rednecks of the future, imagine that. It was quite funny in that these two characters, Willy and Bud, were on a mission to get Willy's trailer back from this evil Repo-man that lived across the galaxy. There's much more to the book than that though, and to fully get a sense of this and just see how funny it truly is, you'll have to read it. I hope this review helps you, but I'd recommend this book to anyone looking for a good comedy.