Allan's literary credo is, "Never an adjective where two will do," and he rarely disappoints in keeping that ambitious, verbacious promise.
In an email, Allan writes that MFE is filled with "many filthy words you won't understand." He says the only guarantee is that it's "written in English and your money will be returned if you can find me and beat it out of me."
Another tempting selling point: "[It] has a naughty picture in it on the non-numbered page after #139."
See Allan read tempting snippets here.
Joining Allan's previous least sellers, Pulling the Plug on Talk Radio, and Ka-ching: The Repository of Universal Wisdoms, Meth For Less is already at #636,279 in the Amazon bestseller rankings. The Amazon product description:
Everyone is familiar with the Iliad which is an epic poem in dactylic hexameters, traditionally attributed to Homer. (Not Simpson) METH FOR LESS makes the Iliad read like crude bathroom graffiti when compared to this heretofore untold tale of America's largest non-illegal supplier of chemicals for the production of methamphetamine.
The hero of the story (hapless victim) is Ambrose Stryker a young Nebraska farmer who while serving in Iraq lost his precious love parts in a blast that ripped asunder his Stryker armoured vehicle.
There are explosions large and small, a grave robbing, a futile search for valuable DNA, a stolen tractor battery, a failed bank robbery, murder by hat-pin, plus other gruesome, titillating events too numerous and sickening to describe.
There is a quartet of bad people who are bent on the destruction of Ambrose Stryker and his army buddy Eustace "Stub" Subinski. Featured are naughty murderous too-beautiful-for-words, attorney Lara Lynn Lundstom, her gal pal Bobette "Footsie" Klavitch, two pins short of a spare, and to round out the cast of no-goods, Big A and Happy, two freakoids who can only get it right by getting it wrong.
Also included is Myron Goldfarb an attorney of little ability. And we can't forget Ashed "Barry" McFarland an unemployed Iraqi taxi driver and King of Karaoke who arrives stateside to turn Ambrose's life into an endless feast of unpaid for goat meat pizzas.
This is a book for immature minds and children of all mental ages. You will snicker until you dampen your undergarments.