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Mauled Maimed Mangled Mutilated Mythology is a collection of 21 famous myths that have been given adult spins and presentations.
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Jay Dubya's Mauled Maimed Mangled Mutilated Mythology is adult literature that satirizes 21 classic myths into more mature renditions featuring adult language, content and humor. Female myths are mercilessly clobbered with the retelling of the stories Pandora, Ceres Goes Against the Grain and Echo's Cursing Curse.
Adventure myths are thoroughly hammered with the corruption of Bellerophon's Marathon Adventure, Theseus and the Minotaur, Perseus and Medusa, Odysseus and the Cyclops and Jason and the Golden Fleecers.
Male hero and vanity/punishment stories are pulverized with the tales of Prometheus and Fire, The Three Golden Apples, Oedipus, King Midas and Orpheus.
Other stories that are not spared from degeneration are the author's original tales Olympus Lives and also Colliding Myths, where Jay Dubya combines the popular stories of Phaethon and the classic Daedalus and Icarus.
Love myths are also crushed with novel presentations of Baucis and Philemon, Psyche and Stupid Cupid along with Atalanta's Last Race.
Finally, Norse mythology is not saved from total devastation with a very humorous retelling of Beowulf and Arabian literature is also assaulted with a creative interpretation of the Fourth Voyage of Sindbad.
Mauled Maimed Mangled Mutilated Mythology is exclusively adult satirical literature that is definitely not writen for or to be read by children.
“Ceres Goes against the Grain” 9
“Echo’s Cursing Curse” 15
“Prometheus and Fire” 23
“Colliding Myths” 35
“Baucis and Philemon” 45
“Bellerophon’s Marathon Adventure” 53
“Daphne’s Daft Daffiness” 59
“Psyche and Stupid Cupid” 63
“Atalanta’s Last Race” 77
“The Three Golden Apples” 93
“Theseus and the Minotaur” 105
“Olympus Lives” 115
“Perseus and Medusa” 145
“King Midas” 161
“Odysseus and the Cyclops” 171
“Jason and the Golden Fleecers” 201
“The Fourth Voyage of Sindbad” 241