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Johnson Milhone is crazy... or is he? Talking, sentient stuffed pigs that may, or may not, be sewn from the flesh of his father? A psychpathic brother... or... just a bully? A mother who may be a controlling serial killer? A psychiatrist who may, or may not, be a spider? Follow Johnson down the dark tracks of his mind as he deals with being dismembered and disemboweled, meets giant talking Scottish cats, takes a trip through the worlds of Edgar Allen Poe - and so much more.

The main novella in this work, "My Eyes Are Nailed, But I Still See" was published as a limited edition from Delirium Books. Also included are the short story "I am Yesterday and I am Today", which was published in In Delirium II, and the short story "Johnson's Journal", written by David Niall Wilson as a companion chapbook to the original novella. These stories have been compared to Donnie Darko.

©2010 David N. Wilson and Brett Alexander Savory (P)2012 David N. Wilson

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  • Eve
  • Fullerton, CA, United States
  • 03-12-12

Excellent listen

Where does The Compleate Pigge rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This is among my favorite.

What did you like best about this story?

The surprises/suspense.

What about Andy Babinski’s performance did you like?

He was EXCELLENT! His descriptive character and flavor when reading - I knew exactly who was talking, when, and the emotional context. Like a well-trained Shakespearean actor, he made the language soar!

Any additional comments?

Keep 'em coming!