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After Morn Mince has a little too much chocolate milk at dinner, he suddenly finds himself waking up with a splitting headache and no recollection of what happened the night before. Unfortunately, the last place he remembers heading was towards the waterfront, and the daily news has reports of an unknown man repeatedly jumping over a prehistoric Megalodon shark in the bay (which was funny at first, but now the jump is getting old).
Suddenly a wanted man, Morn heads down to talk to the ancient Carcharodon Megalodon himself, a handsome brain surgeon sea beast named Perks Yono. At first, Morn is simply trying to avoid the standard shark jumping punishment of cultural exile, but soon enough him and Dr. Yono begin to realize that what defines a jump is in the eye, and butt, of the beholder. Of course, all of this culminates in a hardcore anal pounding that will shake you to your very core.
This erotic tale is 4,300 words of sizzling human on gay Carcharodon Megalodon brain surgeon action, including anal, blowjobs, cream pies, rough sex, shark jumping and prehistoric sea creature love.
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"By creating an online community in which his particular outlook — what he calls his “unique way” — is not just accepted but celebrated, Mr. Tingle has delivered a strong rebuke to the intolerant forces that used him as a prop in attacking diverse voices in the sci-fi world.”
- The New York Times
"The book's real, the review's real and I've finally found something to laugh about in this whole terrible mess.”
- J.K. Rowling on "Pounded By The Pound"
"Chuck blurs the line between erotica, post-modernism, and meta-fiction. He is D.H. Lawrence, Paul Auster, and Dennis Cooper, all rolled into one and wrapped in a gi. Don't believe me? Read on, and try to resist... the Tingle."
- Lit Reactor Magazine
"Once in a generation, a literary mind comes along who’s able to express the zeitgesit of the current age with inimitable, earth-shattering clarity. The ’20s had F Scott Fitzgerald, the ’70s had Hunter S. Thompson, the ’80s had Don Delillo, and now, like a beacon shining on the horizon, comes a talent of truly ass-stounding proportions. I am speaking, of course, of bestselling e-book author Dr. Chuck Tingle."
- Death and Taxes Magazine