Here you have found a book so foul, so repulsive, so horrifying...that you will undoubtedly find yourself running to the nearest bathroom in an effort to both relieve your bowels and scrub your hands clean of their putrid filth. Though these attempts will be in vain - just as the authors of this demented book of short stories have planned. I speak of none other than the intolerable Mr. Vincent V. Cava and his dimwitted pen pal, S. R. Tooms (the pair oftentimes billed simply as hideous and handsome). They have finally released this humorous collection of terrifying tales, despite the bitter public outcry that demanded these pages never see the light of day...and perhaps for good reason.
Inside this tome you will hear such stories as the much talked about "Gas Station Bathroom", which has been known to cause many travelers to rethink their next rest stop pullover.
The psychological masterpiece in "The Horror of Knowing" will never allow you to gaze upon your friends in the same light again.
"A Favor for a Favor" depicts an unparalleled moralistic look at the true nature of mankind - complete with an exquisitely satisfying finish that will have you shaking your head with sinister disbelief.
These are but a few of the many finely crafted tales lurking within this haunted collection. To those of you with a few screws loose in the noggin or those with a twisted smile (and crooked tooth or two), I bid you enter this haven of horror....
©2014 Vincent V. Cava and S.R. Tooms (P)2014 Vincent V. Cava and S.R. Tooms
First of all, I would like to point out the great performance of Mr. Creepypasta. If you're familiar with his work, then you know what you'll be getting out of this book; if you don't know who he is, then I can highly recommend giving HIM a try.
As for the stories themselves, both authors bring a novel idea to the table: mix horror and comedy. It takes a very standard approach in alternating scary and comical stories, working as an effective method of relief at times, having just gone through a creepy little tale.
These shorts are very entertaining, to say the least, and they have the potential to leave you feeling uneasy. Definitely worth a shot.
This was so good and just so funny with the creepy feeling Mr.CP you are the best ever your voice is so great good job Vincent.V and R.S Tombs thanks for the awesome book I love the chapter of the devil as a kid plz keep writing stories Vincent and Tombs you to Mr.CP thanks once again. :) from AJ
Everything about this book rolls off as quite lovely. I listen to audiobooks often and this is one of my favorite collections. MrCreepyPasta is one of the reasons I got into stories like this, he never fails to amaze me!
Come now Mr. Creepy Pasta reading the deliciously written stories of Vincent V. Cava and S. R. Tooms. What else could I de.sire
Bad stories with bad narration. The reader sounded like he was out of breath and over acted to much. He has the same tone no matter what is happening and it's the same for every story
a few stories were kinda fun, but mostly pretty boring with no ending. I get that the author wants u to use your own imagination, but not with every single story! the performance. was shockingly poor! the kid reading the book tried to be entertaining But fumbling through his words and his plugged up nose, gave his a very annoying voice. but the book was cheap and helped through my work day so....
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