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A Little Bit Country (Fucking Scumbags Burn in Hell: Book 1) by Drew Stepek
A Little Bit Country (Fucking Scumbags Burn in Hell: Book 1) by Drew Stepek
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A Little Bit Country (Fucking Scumbags Burn in Hell: Book 1) by Drew Stepek

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In the first book of Fucking Scumbags Burn in Hell, a citizen of Hell is brought up to the big leagues to help Satan's middle-management fight the forces of Heaven.

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MH
10/17/2021
Matt H.
United States United States
I recommend this product
A nasty tale of doing the devil's work

A nasty start to the series, with a confused yokel tasked with creating doubt in the minds of believers. A good story-recommended!

SK
09/09/2021
Steve K.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Country, you fucking hillbilly

I didn't know anything about this series when I fired this up. Didn't know that it was an anthology series about punishing horrible people, or any of that. So, I was pretty much as duped as Country while reading this. What that says about me? Sheesh, I don't even wanna consider it.

PC
08/05/2021
Peter C.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I recommend this product
A Great Start to a Great Series

For anyone who’s unaware of the series, the Fucking Scumbags Burn in Hell books are novelettes available exclusively via Godless. The books are priced at a mere 50 cents (in truth, that’s American money so I don’t know what you can buy with it; maybe you’d get an oil well and set of stainless steel teeth, but I’d wager it’s probably such a small amount you’d get next to fuck all) and deal with tales of retribution. We’re not talking common run-of-the-mill retribution; we’re talking thermo-nuclear retribution. The first in the series, A Little Bit Country, is by Drew Stepek, and it delivers a solid understanding of the theme of Fucking Scumbags Burn in Hell, as well as an insight into the recurring character, Hoop, behind the retribution. That said, this isn’t just an intro to forthcoming books; it’s a solid story in itself, and fucking good one at that. We start off meeting Country, who’s a little but country, a little bit rock and roll, and a little bit of a scheming bastard. He’s dead, but he has no intention of spending his time in the caverns of Hell, not when there’s the potential to get out and reinstate himself in the land of the living. One thing you soon realise about Country is he’s smart. He watches, listens, learns and exploits every bit of knowledge, so whenever a opportunity arises he’ll be ready to make sure the cards fall in his favour. The other thing you realise about Country is … well, he’s a dick. A Little Bit Country is a fun read, and it keeps its powder dry with regards to the twist at the end. All in all, it’s a fucking hoot, and it’s free so you get to keep that 50 cents for oil and teeth. If I were you, I’d go get it.

G
08/02/2021
Great
Colombia Colombia
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Great!

NP
07/27/2021
Nikolas P.
I Think I'll Take the Cave

A Little Bit Country, the introduction to the terrific Fucking Scumbags Burn In Hell series, sets the bar high and showcases a uniquely cruel and sardonic portrait of Hell. It's not supposed to be a fun place, after all. The important thing to remember is that these people belong there, and the torment awaiting them is one that would make Dante proud. Reading about the experience of "Country" as he finds his place in the realm of the damned, I'm forced to reconsider Jean-Paul Sartre's assertion that "Hell is other people," and suspect that perhaps Hell is more appropriately ourselves. There is something of No Exit in this brief, humorous tale, in that Hell is not the place we expect it to be, and it's that subverted expectation that contains the trap waiting to spring closed and provide the torture we've earned. Country seems almost sympathetic at first, but I think there's a little bit of Hooper in all of us, and the satisfaction at seeing how everything comes back around can't be understated.