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  • By The Phantom Paragrapher on October 23, 2013

    Have you ever A) brought a book because the cover was awesome and B) continued reading a book till the very last page because it was the weirdest thing you have ever come across ? For me , I fell in too both categories as I have a thing for covers and the pink hair attracted me. Second of all, I have read a lot of books - more than most people and I have to say that How to Kill Yourself by C.V Hunt was the MOST WEIRDEST Book I have ever read and at the end of it I was still like Huh ??? ok what the hell just happened. Even at the end of this novel, I still really didn't have an actual clue of what had happened. The novel starts off with this chick having bad drugs and her hand going black and dying , so bad she has to have it amputated but she doesn't want to , she just wants more drugs . Then it flicks to her waking up in a hospital and her hand is gone and she meets a Vampire in a ghost like town . The chick turns out to be Death and she is in a relationship with Diavol who I think is the Devil and the way it was written I was like Ok, is this a lesbian relationship - who knows ?? Apparently whoever has the hand rules Hell and Death keeps wanting to escape as she prefers Earth. They have lots of children and even Jesus of Nazareth pops up for a short while and I was like Ok, isn't he supposed to be in Heaven not Hell ?? Then Death turns up again with a sidekick - a girl with pink hair who turns out to be suicide - she plants thoughts into Death and Diavol's children and everyone commits suicide in Hell and then it gets odd again and then it ends and the reader if you are like me is left thinking alright WHAT THE HELL HAPPENED ????Normally, I wouldn't have written a review as this is the hardest book to write a review about but it was sooo damn weird that I had to write something and in fairness I did manage to finish the whole book.How To Kill Yourself by C.V Hunt , will be one of those books that you A) either love or hate and B) you either get it or you don't - there is no middle ground with this novel.

  • By Etienne DeForest on January 6, 2013

    I got this because it was only $ .99 cents and I liked "The Brothers Crunk", also a Grindhouse Press title. First thoughts, it's short. But, bigger isn't always better. Or, longer isn't always better... Whatever, it's short. I like short books though. If I had payed say $3.99 I'd probably be a little miffed, but I definitely got my money's worth.The story has strong religious overtones, which I LOVE! I'm a total sucker for books that have God and/or Satan as a character. I'm a total nut when it comes to Theology. Not a cultist or suicide bomber nut, I guess a better word would be fan. I'm a fan of religious fiction in all forms.There is lots of killing one's self, very appropriate for the title. But, it's not really suicide... You'll have to read it to get it. Recommended for depressed people.

  • By M.C. O'Neill on October 7, 2012

    No, this isn't a pro-suicide entry by any means. C.V. Hunt's novella "How to Kill Yourself" is funny, irreverent and a bit touching. It really blends genres well in its under-one-hundred pages. Gory horror, Bizarro distortions and even gushy angelic love affairs - like the kind that Yours Truly pens.One big, gigantic problem with the book - it's too short.First off, there is so much going on that it demands adventure on epic proportions. A battle for Purgatory. Death herself hiding out in the burbs as a crusty-punk junkie. The Devil in a love affair with the angel who is entitled to rule over the Purgatum. The only problem is that he doesn't love her back. She is the Devil, after all.Hey, I know well that less can be more, but in this case, I really need more! As far as the wordsmithing and such, Hunt can spin a well-written yarn. I just wish she had used more yarn. I have to wonder if the book is a sketch for a grander scheme to be released at a later date. Perhaps? Please say "yes," Ms. Hunt, because the story is so much fun!You'll understand the title of the book as you read because it refers to the method of travel between dimensions. I won't say much more on that, but I was itching to see more of the already-fleshed-out characters going about with more incident and situations.Being primarily Bizarro, you can't expect thick, Russian literature, as most works in this genre pride themselves on brevity and open-ended scenarios. As they say in comic-booking - "one thing after another."Hunt ties everything up well, it's just that the ride wasn't long enough. I'd love to see this tale return in full glory one day if she has the time or interest.

  • By KashKash on April 10, 2014

    A book on Earth, Heaven, Hell, and Purgatory. The struggle of the powers that be, and I must say I did enjoy the humor. A quick and very fun read. I only had a little issue with the writing style. Over all I really enjoyed the book and recommend it highly to others.This books is a quick and interesting read, this now being the second time I have read it, I had less issues with the writing style. I vastly enjoyed this book.

  • By P.H. Dillard on June 18, 2013

    Don't let the low price or the somewhat low page count fool you! This is a great story. I found the characters to be well defined and original, the environments vivid and colorful, and the plot very satisfying and unique. It starts where it should start and ends where it should end. There was no, what I like to call, "Stephen Kinging" here...meaning you are not subjected to page after page of dribble and filler put in place by the author to meet the publisher's page count minimum.If you want something new, well written, and creative from an author you haven't, but should have, heard of before now, then How To Kill Yourself is what you're looking for.

  • By Coal on June 2, 2014

    This book really sweeps you in and chances are you'll have no idea what you've gotten into until things are well underway. I went in thinking this was going to be an adventure about drug use or some coming of age sort of thing and instead it's a glimpse at a surreal epic that I refuse to spoil for anyone.The downside to this is that it's a quick read and you're going to really be wanting more when you're done. The characters are great and well developed but, again, I really wished I could have seen more of just about everyone.


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