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A tour de force of darkness, "Encyclopaedia of Hell" is a manual of Earth written by Lord Satan for his invading hordes of demons, complete with hundreds of unpleasant illustrations, diagrams, and a comprehensive and utterly repulsive dictionary of Earth terms.
Since the customs and mores of humanity are alien and inconceivable to demons, Satan wrote this strangely poetic military handbook for the enlightenment and edification of his demon armies. A masterpiece expressing Satan's hatred for humanity and himself, the "Encyclopaedia" includes "Techniques of Stalking and Eating Humans," "Methods of Canning Human Pus," and "Dicing and Slicing Orphaned Children."
Why the invasion? During the last century in particular, Hell has become seriously overcrowded. Satan needs more land mass for the damned and to use the human livestock to feed his hungry demon invaders.
Since this book is the 666th commemorative edition, this "Encyclopaedia" contains special commemorative material.
Martin Olson's savage wit provides the firepower for a preposterous literary feat unaccomplished since Mark Twain passed--channeling the real voice of Satan. Over the past fifteen years, Olson has written and produced nine comedy specials, inflicted on the populace via CBS, HBO, Showtime, Cinemax, and A&E.
|Contributed by:||Olson, Martin|
|Contributed by:||Millionaire, Tony|
|Contributed by:||Singh, Mahendra|
|Publish Date:||Jul 26, 2011|
|Number of Pages:||210|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||1.05|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||10.1 x 7.0 x 0.2|
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