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Narrated by: Carter Jameson
Length: 3 hrs and 20 mins
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Fictional audiobook of short stories. Adult content. Probably offensive.

DJ Ass Maggots is a pseudonym for a doctor practicing Internal Medicine with an emphasis on geriatric care somewhere in Southern California. He lives a lifestyle of excess that would make most of his peers jealous - that is, if they knew. When he was born, when he will die, where he was born, and where he grew up are really not that important, but most authors display these facts. Well, if you really want to know, he received his MD in 1998 and his Internal Medicine Board Certification in 2001. He now practices hospital medicine and is the medical director of several skilled nursing facilities. But don't hold that against him.

©2013 Ben Zandpour (P)2014 Ben Zandpour

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Brilliantly witty

I really enjoyed this book and I recommend it for its irreverent humor, poetic values and brilliant wit.

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AWKWARD!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

With the voice of a network news anchor vs stand-up comedian, this guy is pretty funny. The stories get sicker and more twisted as you go...

What did you like best about this story?

Great linguistic reach. Not a traditional narrative.

Which scene was your favorite?

I LIKE SMOKING CRACK!

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

There are some lonely, tender, suicidal yearnings in the middle of all the craziness.

Any additional comments?

I listen to audiobooks on the reg, and I have never heard anything like this.