Starving. Relationships with the other were-creatures have been strained since I ate the last human being on Earth. Now, the only food source left on the planet are were-folk, and we taste terrible. Unfortunately, we have a more immediate problem. How are we going to get off of this alien ship?
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About the Author
Ubiquitous Bubba (if that's his real name) spends a significant amount of time surrounded by imaginary characters from bizarre universes. He's been known to hold conversations with animals, inanimate objects, and food. These discussions frequently diverge into philosophy, speculations on Reality/Unreality, and the proper role of cheese in society.
Growing up in Texas, he studied the lore of the Storyteller, the mysterious art of the tall tale, and the pervasive universal existence of Bubbas. They're everywhere. As he wandered universes, he discovered that there's always a Bubba around when you need one.
Ubiquitous is also a drummer, who has somewhat narrow and specialized musical tastes. A fan of progressive and hard rock styles, he's also known to incorporate some funk just to keep himself entertained.
Ubiquitous Bubba enjoys relaxing at home with his wife and kids. He enjoys telling stories, eating pizza, and holding the recliner down. It hasn't gotten away yet, but one can't be too careful.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Lit Amri for Readers' Favorite “Humanity was delicious. I mean, they were drool inducing, stomach growling, and lip smacking good. Some days, I almost wish I hadn’t eaten the last one.” Humanity Was Delicious by Ubiquitous Bubba is set in a dystopian future, where humans and animals no longer exist and cities are left in ruins. The only civilized beings left (if you can call them that) are the starving were-folks. The story opens with Loner the werewolf, a were’squito (mosquito) named Karl, and Jane the werecougar. The three of them are in their human form, sipping coffee and tea at Loner’s porch. Loner is public enemy number one since he ate the last human. To survive, the were-folks eat each other, but were-creatures aren’t delicious at all. Then there’s the alien Meeps, who abduct one or two were-creatures now and then using their spaceship. Unfortunately, the Meeps decide to abduct all of them during the were-folks’ public gathering. On the whole, Humanity Was Delicious was unexpectedly imaginative and is a cheeky thrill ride that refuses to play by the conventional rules of the supernatural and sci-fi genre. I enjoyed it and read the book twice. Ubiquitous Bubba comes up with an ingenious premise and plot that would surprise and delight readers. It’s fast paced, has witty dialogue and well fleshed out characters. I really like the plucky Loner, and the comical Karl adds more fun to the story. I look forward to reading more of Bubba’s works, and hopefully they are as unique, wacky and funny as this one.