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Contains Crude Language

By: Kent Hill
Narrated by: Austin Vetter
Length: 2 hrs and 37 mins
Categories: Drama & Poetry, Poetry
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So the guy who wrote about smut peddling aliens and barbarians and all that good shit writes poetry, as it turns out. With an eclectic mix of greasy, cheesy, salty, and sweet, Kent Hill brings his unique spin to poetic verse. With musings on aging action heroes, zombies, giant robots, vengeful clowns, goat-killing trolls, and toilet humour, Hill leaves no stone unturned in this rambling odyssey with words that rhyme. Come check it out...if you have the time.

©2016 Kent Hill (P)2018 Night Sky Book Services

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a poetry book unlike any other!

You can't say he didn't warn you! It is definately full of crude language, but that is what makes it unique! A fun book for the immature adults!

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  • Jeff
  • 01-21-19

Aint no better kent hill

Aint no better kent hill does it again this man can write just loved the rapid fire humor and weird that must be in his brain.
I just love this writer

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  • Simon Gibson
  • 12-19-18

This World With Added Sh*t

On first encounter the listener is a little unsure how to inbibe such words and juxtapositions of philosophy, life and sh*t. Sit back, relax, laugh if it feels right, contemplate a line, it can be profound. Eclectic, perhaps written in the smallest room, just veneer and yet occasionally bites with truth of great depth and breadth.