Whargoul

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I Destroyed Your Life
I Raped Your Wife
I Am the Fucking Whargoul

From the killing grounds of Stalingrad to the death camps of the holocaust. From torture chambers in Iraq to race riots in the United States, the Whargoul was there - killing and raping. It is a beast born in bullets and shrapnel, feeding off of pain, misery, and hard drugs. Cursed to wander the Earth without ...

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Overview

I Destroyed Your Life
I Raped Your Wife
I Am the Fucking Whargoul

From the killing grounds of Stalingrad to the death camps of the holocaust. From torture chambers in Iraq to race riots in the United States, the Whargoul was there - killing and raping. It is a beast born in bullets and shrapnel, feeding off of pain, misery, and hard drugs. Cursed to wander the Earth without the hope of death, it is reborn again and again to spread the gospel of hate, abuse, and genocide.

But what if it's not the only monster out there? What if there's something worse?

From Dave Brockie, the twisted genius behind GWAR, comes a novel about the darkest days of the twentieth century. The modern world is dying and Brockie is here to put a bullet between its eyes and violate the corpse.

This is all-out fucking war!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781936383368
  • Publisher: Eraserhead Press
  • Publication date: 12/4/2010
  • Pages: 244
  • Sales rank: 134,099
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.51 (d)

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  • Posted June 6, 2011

    What the bible should have been

    Death and destruction. Illicit drug use. Sex and violence. Better than a copy of Hustler. Seriously worth it. Read it over and over until its memorized and you can recite it word for word. Buy twelve copies.

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  • Posted March 30, 2012

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    if you want gore, come inside

    This book was hyped up on several sites as being one of the most violent and goriest ever inked, on par with Easton's American Psycho. it did not disappoint. a good, violent book. if you want a happy go lucky book, there's twilight. for people who like reading books about how gritty modern life in an age or antagonistic corporations, governments, and societies is like, then read this book.

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