Wasphead (The Smalls Family IV) by Ash Ericmore
Reed Smalls has anger issues. But don’t tell him that. He might snap. That was how he got the nickname Wasphead at the tender age of fourteen. He has, however, managed to secure himself as one of the bigger faces in Birchingate. Well, according to him anyway. That’s why Jimmy ‘Two Cocks’ Wainwright wants him to do a job. And it’s a nasty one, too.
Pays well, mind.
While on the job the words ‘royal’ and ‘cock up’ near biblical proportions, and with bits of people everywhere, a van he can’t start, and with an idiot savant in tow, Reed worries that this might all end up with him on the wrong end of a cheese grater.
Seven brothers. Seven Smalls. Graphic content. Consider this a trigger warning for just about everything.
I want a fucking nickname! *Starts crime spree* This is such a good series. Ash is absolutely bonkers. With an imagination that rivals any I've ever seen. I cannot get enough of it.
They just keep getting funnier!
The fourth installment of Ash Ericmore's Small's Family series features Reed (Wasphead) doing a job that gets botched in the most hilarious and disgustingly vile ways possible. Just like the others in this series, the writing is excellent and the gross-outs are gross, these books are just a good time all around.
I swear this series just keeps getting more intense and more brutal as it goes. Reed accepts a job from Jimmy figuring it will be easy. Nothing goes as planned and Reed finds himself in a real mess. I can’t wait to meet the next brother.
Name Calling Can Be Deadly
Now we move on to Reed Smalls, and oh man, was I excited. The story involves what should be a simple attack at night, turning into murder and kidnapping. Reed ends up accompanying Lawrence, who is very inexperienced and almost blows the whole operation. Forcing Reed to take serious action to control the situation, this story is very intense and a little nerve-racking, mostly because I have a bit of a soft spot for the Small’s boys now after reading the whole set. When everything starts to go sideways, it seems Lawrance comes in very handy when he has a chance to think. But the entire scenario is both insanely funny and gross at the same time. Again the violence and details in each scene are brilliantly written, and I honestly can't get enough of the story. The final instalment of this collection blended in so well with the other three and left me wanting more. I'd love to see what became of them all and how their dilemmas affect them in the future
Dont Call Him That!
This series just keeps getting better and better! The subject matter and style of violence is a bit harsher than the other entries, but the dark comedy keeps things light hearted. The Smalls brothers are not a group to be messed with, and Wasphead especially! Don’t let him catch you calling him that, or you’ll see exactly how he got his nickname.