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Into the Bush by J. Manfred Weichsel
Into the Bush by J. Manfred Weichsel
Into the Bush by J. Manfred Weichsel


Into the Bush by J. Manfred Weichsel

J. Manfred Weichsel

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After the overwhelmingly successful premiere of Jungle Jitters, Jennifer, the leader of the Action Girls, is eager to make another jungle adventure movie, and she asks her regular scribe, J. Manfred Weichsel, to write it.

His pitch? A three-hundred-mile-long giantess named Patty McGloop lies eternally on her back in the Mojave Desert, with a pubic hair region spanning seven miles from below her navel to between her thighs. Just as the Gargantua ray made Patty McGloop very big, it also enlarged the microscopic animals that live on her skin and hair. Wouldn’t it be fun to go exploring inside her pubic hair jungle in order to document all the interesting flora and fauna?

The Action girls excitedly make all the preparations needed to shoot such a bizarre motion picture and take a helicopter to Patty McGloop’s navel, the gateway to her colossal realm. But when the girls become captive to a tribe of zealous lice, it’s up to Manfred to go on a daring mission into the bush to rescue them.


About the author:
Before he became America’s premier writer of subversive fiction, J. Manfred Weichsel cut his teeth in Hollywood, crafting screenplays for the notorious Action Girls, a trio of indie starlets whose on and off-screen antics captivated audiences throughout the 2010s.

But while the glitz and glamor of Tinseltown may have seemed like a dream come true, insiders knew that life with the Action Girls was anything but ordinary. Weichsel's days were a whirlwind of adrenaline and excess. Rumors of secret romances, bitter rivalries, and drunken nights on set only added fuel to the fiery saga of his Hollywood tenure.

In this tell-all memoir, J. Manfred Weichsel dishes out the most salacious details on the making of their most notorious film, Into the Bush. Don't miss out on these behind-the-scenes revelations that will leave you laughing, gasping, and begging for more.
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Mike R.
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If Douglas Adams Were To Write For Heavy Metal Magazine

A Horror Bookworm Recommendation Into The Bush by J. Manfred Weichsel The Action Girls are back in the novelization of the film, Into The Bush. This time the babes take on a brand new Gargantuan Ray sized adventure. Experience a once-in-a-lifetime expedition to the surface of a belly button and the dense pubic forest area located due south. What bizarre organisms, unusual insects and extraordinary bacteria await? A trip into this unexplored strange land will soon be revealed. The Jungle Jitters masterpiece follows up with J. Manfred Weichsel latest feature presentation, Into The Bush. Jennifer the blonde, Jackie the redhead and Stephanie the brunette enter the “Giant Exclusion Zone” that exists within the desert, rocks and sands of several U.S. States. Here lies voluptuous Patty McGloop, a three hundred mile from head to foot female. Weichsel’s wildly imaginable characters of epic torso proportions doesn’t stop there! Not only is there Cletus, the ultimate annoying nemesis, there’s also menacing inchworm creatures, giant crab-like beasts, monstrous red mites and creepy purple organisms all within the dark chasms of fleshy ground and pubic hair. J. Manfred Weichsel, that handsome author in his mid-thirties, will be your tour guide. While reading this book I haven’t made this many highlights since college and high school combined. If Douglas Adams were to write for Heavy Metal Magazine, you would have the writing style of J. Manfred. The blend of science fiction, dark fantasy and a splash of erotica…welcome to the weird, forbidden world of Weichsel. Into The Bush is the most important literary event of 2024. It pleads the reader to wonder…”if a giant pubic hair falls in a forest of pubic hairs and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?” A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.