Brand : Mark Henry

Seafoam



Catherine |

Mark henry should be in a category of his own!!!

We met the fabulous mark henry while we were in new orleans for rt. he, along with some other amazing authors, met some crazy fans for breakfast at cafe du monde. before then, i only knew this guy from his snark and humor he brought to some fb parties i have attended. he immediately was added to my tbr shelf. he will always be associated with bird poop coffee and signing tampons for me!!! (he rocks!) i just read his short, seafoam and omfg is about all i can say to describe this immensely wtf book. all good, of course. shorts to me seem more difficult to write since you have such limited to space to get your point across. (who knows? i don't write... i read!) from a reader, i don't find a lot of shorts that i love. most are fillers, and when you find a hilarious, demented and twisted short all in one, you have to give credit where it's due. a review of a short isn't really possible without giving away too much, and since i love lists - i am gonna list what you get! aliens foot fetishes dysfunctional addiction support groups a decent amount of stalking nice shoes off the charts level of humor finger fetishes mark henry is the author of several books. (all of which now reside on my tbr shelf because of the 26 page short, seafoam!) the amanda feral series: henry's rollicking debut novel is a wonderfully fresh, brutally hysterical paranormal romp that is filled with bloodsuckers, horny--and horned--devils, werewolves, celebrities, and pr-obsessed shape shifters. the carnal staircase trilogy: a couple on the verge of divorce begrudgingly agree to an unorthodox marital retreat. despite warnings and portents, hilary and jack travel to the remote washington scablands, braving a strange religious demonstration to arrive at balustrade, an oddly voyeuristic couples program. others: stocking full of coal velveteen park john

J. rash |

Very funny!

I love the twists and turns of this book. just when you think you know what is going to happen you get surprised. the characters are quirky, which makes reading this story fun! i highly recommend this for anyone who likes paranormal love stories!

Mario acevedo |

A shrimper's delight.

Entertaining, mysterious, and quirky. mark henry delivers the humor and the spot-on perversion. it's the literary equivalent of lay's potato chips. you know you shouldn't but when you're done, you want more.