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Publisher's Summary

Shingles Audio Collection, Volume 4 begins with "Carnival of Psychos". In this story, Richie Spoonerman finds himself being chased by a psychotic clown in the Maze of Mirrors at the carnival. 

In "That Time of the Month", Molly Stein's life was hard enough before she started noticing some weird changes. For one, a suspicious number of people seem to be exploding around her.  

In "The Sober Slayers", Katie McCallister wants to slay dragons, save the kingdom, and become a hero, but all she finds around the gaming table are jerks. But then she and her friends discover a magic book, one that transports them into the game itself. 

The collection continues with "I Know What You Dicked Last Summer". As everyone knows, when a bunch of attractive teens meet up at a secluded cabin, there's only ever one winner. And that winner is violent death.  

"Just Say Gnome" asks, how many problems in your life would be solved by a garden gnome that eats people and shits cocaine? 

And finally, in "Jingle My Balls", Jeff just wanted to get a 12-pack and drink away the night before Christmas Eve. But something went awry, and he came home to find a horny elf twerking in his living room.  

Contains mature themes.

©2019 John G. Hartness, Robert Bevan, Rick Gualtieri, & Steve Wetherell (P)2020 Tantor

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Good but not great

Volumes 3 and 4 are not as good as 1 and 2. Also, no Drew Hayes?!

Great narration throughout. Stories are hit and miss. And did I mention: No. Drew. Hayes!

1) Carnival of Psychos. Hartness. 3.5 stars. Basically a foul mouthed scooby doo. Ok-at-best story with moments of really fun wordplay.

2) That time of the month. Bevan. 5 stars. Exactly the wonderfully inappropriate madness I've come to expect from Bevan. He (and usually Hayes) is a consistent highlight in the Singles series.

3) The sober slayers. Gualtieri. 4 stars. Pretty good, esp for this author, but having listened to all of the C&C and NPCs series, most of which are sure to be common to Shingles fans, this feels like a 2nd tier attempt

4) I know what you dicked last summer : Wetherell. 3.5 stars if you can get through the first few chapters. It took me 2 tries to get past them. They aimed for “so stupid it’s funny” but only achieved the first part. If you can tough it out long enough to get to the murders, it gets much better

5) Just say gnome: Bevan. 5 stars. Bevan is back and killing it. Another wildly uncomfortable highlight

6) Jingle my balls. Hartness. 4 stars. This had 5 star potential but the long passages of math were mood killers. Otherwise a very funny story

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It’s out

These writers....no...,
These literary gods are back...they’ve never left us. The pylons of authors and dragons do not disappoint.
Hooray hello titty
I’m ready for shingles 5
This review was put out on my own free accord
And thanks to the Wuhan virus and quarantining I got to listen to it all at one rip
And I’ll listen to it again and again
Good job authors and dragons.

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well that was....

as I started the first chapter I thought 'bugger, its aimed at the YA crowd'

the second story proved me so very very wrong and the final story of a twerking 'elf on a shelf' on a quest to get laid in an Alabama wh0rehouse will haunt my Christmases!!!

if you have a warped sense of humour I really recomend this book.

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You know what you are getting!

Excellent short stories from a fantastic group of writers. Buy it, listen and be amazed!

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An enjoyable anthology

A good collection of books by talented authors. Two of the stories are by the same author, and a greater degree of diversity would really help keep interest in the series long-term. Overall, the stories are fun and the narrators really do an amazing job polishing that work.