Ebu Gogo

Ebu Gogo

by J. Manfred Weichsel
Ebu Gogo

Ebu Gogo

by J. Manfred Weichsel

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Overview

Terror lies waiting in the jungle island of Flores.

Terror in the form of cryptids called ebu gogo. 

Terror for the cryptozoologists who dream to discover them.

The one thing Lewis Dare wants more than anything in the world is to discover the ebu gogo - three-foot-tall cryptids in the genus of Homo rumored to live in Indonesia.  

But Lewis Dare's ex-wife Linda, wanting to beat the famous cryptozoologist at his own game, has rushed to Indonesia in order to discover the ebu gogo before he does.

On the Indonesian island of Flores, their dream to discover a cryptid becomes a nightmare when the ebu gogo turn out to be primitive, savage, sex fiends.


Product Details

BN ID: 2940162193128
Publisher: \
Publication date: 03/29/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 407 KB

About the Author

J. Manfred Weichsel writes extravaganzas that fuse adventure, horror, science fiction, and fantasy into some of the most original subversive literature being published today.

Weichsel’s shorter works appear regularly in Cirsova Magazine and anthologies from Cirsova Publishing.

His longer self-published works have gained him a broad and dedicated base of rabid fans comprising folks from every segment of society – readers of all stripes who share a dark sense of humor and a desire to see modern culture burlesqued, and age-old human stupidity mocked.

A fiercely independent author, J. Manfred Weichsel aims to give birth to the classics of the future by writing works ungoverned by the constraints of traditional publishing houses and the inhibitions of contemporary society.

Loved by some and hated by others, Weichsel’s funny, unconventional, often grotesque books inhabit a unique space in American literature and will be read, talked about, and debated for generations to come.
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