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- File Size: 3301 KB
- Print Length: 230 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Comet Press (9 Dec. 2016)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MA4ZVWJ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 10 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #155,394 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Oh-my-friggin-god! Adam Howe - I am not sure how you actually do it...but you do...each and every time...and it rocks!
Set in the American south, we are thrown into this mash up of revenge, justice, drugs, violence, basically whatever this twisted author can think of and spew at the reader. It is FANTASTIC!
I love the disclaimer at the start of the book - I definitely recommend reading that before delving into this story. The plot is perfectly paced and pulls the reader in right from the start. However - if you are easily shocked or offended - this, or any of Adam Howe's books will not be your cup 'o tea....you need to know this...but I challenge you to move out of your comfort zone as there is something special about Adam Howe and like me, you just may find yourself eagerly awaiting his next book publication!
I adored the fact that Reggie Levine is back! Reggie is a ex-fighter/boxer turned bouncer who ended up working in a sleazy strip bar. What cracks me up about this guy is he is smart, quick-witted and could really go places...if he could just bother his arse to do so! One thing he is great at, is attracting trouble and not just your ordinary, run-of-the-mill trouble. Oh no....that would be TOO easy for Levine. His kinda trouble starts with someone from his past coming back to kick some arse....and throw in a well endowed donkey, a love interest (which thankfully was NOT the donkey - you just never know with Adam Howe), a sleazy salesman, some messed up animals, a few other unfortunates and BOOM...that is Reggie's life! If poor Reggie didn't have bad luck, he would have no luck at all.Read more ›
Recruited by a down-at-heel used car salesman to retrieve a Chinese crested terrier from a fleapit roadside zoo – where the spectacularly ugly dog has been improbably mistaken for the Chupacabra – punch-drunk ex-boxer Reggie soon finds himself embroiled in a deadly criminal conspiracy involving sadistic neo-Nazi drug smugglers and a freakishly endowed adult entertainment donkey named Enrique. Unable to extricate himself from his increasingly sticky predicament, reluctant hero Reggie has no choice but to see his bizarre mission through to its explosive conclusion.
Of the three stories that made up Die Dog, Levine’s adventure was arguably the one crying out for a sequel, and this is a bigger, ballsier follow-up. Funnier and nastier than its predecessor, in Tijuana Donkey Showdown, Howe spoon-feeds you unsavoury content and then cranks up the ‘80s action movie theatrics to disorientate you. If you like your crime fiction laced with twisted humour, surreal violence and animalistic urges, then Howe’s work is definitely worth investigating further.
Great title. Great cover. Great story. (And great Nicolas Cage cameo!)
If you haven’t read anything by this author before then open your mind to a very warped ride. His books certainly won’t be to everyone’s tastes, but if you like a far out read that’s a bit tongue in cheek, well, you are going to love it.
Head bouncer Reggie is back and boy is the reader in for a fun journey. Getting caught up in a toilet brawl, Reggie finds himself getting involved in another mans mess which ends up turning into a bit of a disaster.
Who knew that trying to get back a missing dog would end up with Reggie and his friends fighting for survival. Gizmo really does not envision pleasant thoughts, he sounded like one of the ugliest dogs I’ve ever heard of. Obviously beauty is skin deep but there really was nothing nice about this leg humping mutt. I have to admit at feeling a bit bad about laughing at something that happens to Gizmo but won’t say what as wouldn’t want to spoil it for others, but it was rather funny.
It’s obvious that Nicholas Cage is a bit of an icon for the author. He even gets his own cameo appearance in the book. I’m actually a bit of a fan of this actor and loved how the author includes him into the story and thought it all flows brilliantly.
Tijuana Donkey Showdown is the perfect read if your an action fan.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
Reggie Levine, an ex-boxer, who 'starred' in DAMN DIRTY APES, from Howe's excellent book, DIE DOG OR EAT THE HATCHET, is back! The poor bastard. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dunk
As ever Howe attempts to palm off on the community poorly thought through and careless research lacking a clear conclusion. Also, no equations.Published 7 months ago by RXH
A copy of Tijuana Donkey Showdown was sent to Confessions of a Reviewer by the author Adam Howe in exchange for an honest review. This is said review. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Confessions of a Reviewer
I received a copy of this book from the author for review purposes. This is in no way reflected in my opinion of this anthology. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Angela
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