Sunday, October 11, 2009

ROTTEN LITTLE ANIMALS by Kevin Shamel is now available at!

From Kevin Shamel's website (click pic to buy the book NOW!):

Animals are people too! And that is messed up. So they have independent cinema. See what happens when an animal film crew kidnap a human boy and make a movie of the abduction. Read things about Nature that just aren't natural. Fear your pets from this day forward. With zombie-cat attacks, gun-blasting massacres, drugged-out puppet shows, exploding car chases, camera-chickens, bat acrobats, wild sex, martini parties and torture-ROTTEN LITTLE ANIMALS is a crazy ride through the underground animal film scene and on to the Big Time.

Here’s what some world famous writers have said about it:

“Like a bionic Ralph Bakshi reborn from snorting Orwell’s ashes, Kevin Shamel drags cherished childhood fantasies into the gutter of adulthood, and makes you pay dearly to swallow them all over again. Intelligence is a universal disease, but never fear. Rotten Little Animals just may be the cure we’ve been praying for.”
–Cody Goodfellow, author of Radiant Dawn and Silent Weapons For Quiet Wars.

“Looney Tunes amped up on cocaine, sex and soft, silky fur and feathers. Shamel’s debut is wildly entertaining and destined to become an instant bizarro classic.” –Gina Ranalli, author of Mother Puncher, Sky Tongues, Swarm of Flying Eyeballs, and many other wonderful bizarro books.

“It begins as a zombie film, transforms into a deranged puppet show, and ends with a car chase. If you ever wondered what a Pixar exploitation film would be like, you need Rotten Little Animals.” –Cameron Pierce, author of Shark Hunting in Paradise Garden, and The Ass Goblins of Auschwitz.

“This book has three of my favorites things: Kittens, Zombies, and Snuff Films.” –Jeff Burk, editor of The Magazine of Bizarro Fiction and author of Shatnerquake.

“Written with the humor of Adult Swim, but with enough psychological profundity to matter. Shamel is a bright motherfucker!” –Forrest Armstrong, beatmaster extraordinaire and author of Asphalt Flowerhead.

World famous Withersin Magazine has this to say:

“Funny, disturbing, and lots of poop… While tickling our funny bone, Shamel also brings up a horrifying thought: if animals could think and function together, they probably would be plotting to over throw us.”

What will YOU say about ROTTEN LITTLE ANIMALS?