This story by Carlton Mellick is a quick read, but that isn't a bad thing. It's in the format of a book for young readers, with very large print and lots of pictures. The story is incredibly strange, but simple enough so that you don't get confused. Some may find it offensive (if you couldn't tell from the title) but Mellick never writes simply to offend or shock. He always writes with a sense of humor, and a complete lack of judgement. His stories just always lean towards the bizarre, and the bizarre often involves many tabboo breaking ideas. This being said, however, this story definitely deserves attention. If you can't make yourself spend the money on such a short book, I recommend you read some of the author's other works, such as "Satan Burger" or "Fishy-Fleshed", and then come back to this one. You will definitely find it worthwhile then.