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Double Feature Vernon D. Burns

Double Feature

Vernon D. Burns

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125 pages
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Double Feature Brings together two authors of the horrific into one volume, pairing Vernon D. Burnss insane creativity with the blossoming talent of Albert C. Clapp. Burns contributes the brand new novella, Furry Piranha, followed by Clapps TheMoreDouble Feature Brings together two authors of the horrific into one volume, pairing Vernon D. Burnss insane creativity with the blossoming talent of Albert C. Clapp. Burns contributes the brand new novella, Furry Piranha, followed by Clapps The Curse of the Skrewnicorn.What do you get when you mix a batch of American tourists, a nuclear experiment gone wrong, a jungle, two ethnic tour guides, and the strangest evolution Earth has ever seen?Furry piranha!In the depths of the South American jungle, the sultry Amanda Handy wants nothing but to have a relaxing vacation while not falling in love with anyone. Love, after all, can hurt. But she hadnt factored into her equation the dashing Cliff Parker, a tall and chiseled man with puppy dog eyes that could melt a girls heart like it was wax.Neither one of them, however, recognized the true dangers surrounding them: a tribe of fearsome cannibals- the mutant fish flooding the river- and the dangers of traveling with a whole group of people with a past! Only by reading Furry Piranha will you learn just who the flesh eating bastards really are: us or the fish.+ + +After her untimely death in a freak car accident, Carrie finds herself alive once again in the body of a horse.However, she is not just any horse. An ethically questionable scientist has made her the very first unicorn, affixing a large, sharp screw to her head. All is well until she finds herself cast out by the scientist who created her, and must find her way in a brutal world on her own. And it drives her insane. And she starts killing people at random.The Curse of the Skrewnicorn is a unique tale of what happens when mankind does not take responsibility for its creations, begging the question, who is really the monster: the scientists, or the homicidal horse with a womans brain.