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Wax On, Whacks Off

Nobody likes getting bullied, and Donny has had enough. Deciding to take matters into his own hands, he solicits the help of the old Asian man at the end of his street to teach him Karate. During a grueling two days of training, Donny earns belt after belt, until he finally becomes a Karate Master.  

But there is more to those belts than there seems. Cursed with ancient dark magic, they have a mind of their own. Will Donny be able to stand up to his bullies? Will he be able to overpower the will of the spirit trapped within the cursed belts?  

Sense and Sensibility and Sasquatch

Following the death of their father, sisters Elinor and Marianne Dashwood are sent to toil at a rundown logging camp deep in Kentucky. Faced with the prospect of being married off to Colonel Brandon, the camp's elderly owner, Marianne comes up with the less-than-cunning plan of passing off the murderous man-ape that haunts the nearby forest as her fiance.  

Both sense and sensibility take a back seat as Willoughby, as the beast is dubbed, tears a swath of destruction through Barton Woods. Can the Dashwood sisters triumph in the face of such carnage to find true love?  

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Robert Bevan (Wax On, Whacks Off); copyright 2019 by Rick Gualtieri (Sense and Sensibility and Sasquatch) (P)2020 Tantor

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Good but the weakest of the Shingles collections

I'll still give this full marks because I think anthologies should be judged with more leeway than standard books, but this is the weakest collection so far from the Shingles series.

- Wax On, Whacks Off: Ok but far from Bevan’s best. Not an encouraging start considering he's one of the 2 authors that I really get Shingles for.

- Sense and Sensibility and Sasquatch: horrible. I couldn’t get more than about 1/3 into it before I couldn’t take it anymore. First time I'm not finished a Singles story.

- Space Werewolf: After a rocky start we finally see a good story. This is more on par with previous Shingles stories.

- Welcome to Camp Crystal Meth: Feeling better. This is in line with what I expect from Bevan.

- They Came From Studio 13: From anyone else, this would have been fine output. Once the story gets going, it's pretty compelling. Hayes is a victim of his own success though and my bar for him is higher. I've re-listened to his other Shingles stories many times. I doubt I will with this one.

- Curse of the Three-Eyes Squid: A 3rd entry from Bevan and he's definitely back on his game.

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A mostly good collection.

All of the stories were good accept for Sense and Sencibility and Sasquach. This story droned on for entirly too long and I couldn't wait for it to be over to move on to the next one in line.

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So inappropriate that you have to listen.

Insane, hilarious and so far fetched that these stories had me rolling. Absolutely love Robert Bevan.

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So Funny

these stories are so funny, I love them and they always make me laugh.

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These authors are horrible

and their stories are deranged. Anyone who likes these stories are also sick, horrible and deranged.

10/10 - would recommend!

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Good performers, meh stories

Most of the stories here seemed to focus on sexual and feces/urine jokes. Throw in that several of these focused around children and I just found it more often distasteful than funny. I'm fine with one, or even two stories using this type of humor, but 4 of the 6 books seemed focused around it. It was just too much of the same, and not particularly good from my view. Too bad because the authors are good writers, these stories just didn't do it for me. Worst of the three on the series so far.

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1 awful story and the rest are repeats.

All the stories except one in this book are stories we have heard before in the previous two entries into the series. The one exception is the sasquatch story which takes up a majority of the runtime and is so boring and awfully written that I had to straight up skip that story.

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Buncha dirty pervs

What kind of degenerate, disgraceful, shame ridden buffoon, wrote these stories. It's like I walked into the back of a pornography store fell down because of what was on the floor then tried to wipe it off on my boots only to discover I had stepped in what someone's dog had left in a pile outside the store. This couldn't be more disgusting. Robert Bevan, more like Robber Beaver. Steve Wetherell? Skeeze Were in hell. Drew Hayes!? Nice guy well written stories would listen again. Robert Bevan again! Why is he on here twice and the style of writing didn't even match his other stories. Not that I would buy all eight volumes of caverns and creatures. Four of which are now nicely packaged together. This collection of truly horrible writers and stories must truly be the work of some dark god. Also if I didn't mention Drew Hayes wrote a rather funny little story on here. Made the whole thing totally worth the buy.

**This review is satire. If you came here for number three without having listened to the others you are missing some brain cells. These collections are a great escape as always. A break from the daily grind. Please buy it and look into the authors.

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have fun you sick fucks

you listened to the 1st set of stories so you know you're doing and so does white jesus.

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Half and half

A full one half of this collection was by a single author. Moreover a single author who told the same story three times.

All six stories were enjoyable, less so for the repeated stories.

The performances of the narrators always made the best of the material they had to hand.

I would love Vol. 4, I do just hope that collection is less focused on a single author. Between five authors, and whatever guest authors they can manage, that should be doable

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I loved this book but fuck sense and sensibility

I loved the stories in this book except the second, it is the first book I couldn't finish and is just so boring. Jesus christ I was stuck in work with a hazmat suit on and couldn't change the fucking story for 2 hours. The rest are grand but fucking hell

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