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The Chupacabra: A Borderline Crazy Tale of Coyotes, Cash & Cartels By Stephen Randel The Chupacabra A Borderline Crazy Tale of Coyotes Cash Cartels He is called El Barquero He makes his trade along the border smuggling guns and killing without remorse As he faces his one last mission his perfect plan is unwittingly foiled by Avery a paranoid l
  • Title: The Chupacabra: A Borderline Crazy Tale of Coyotes, Cash & Cartels
  • Author: Stephen Randel
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  • The Chupacabra: A Borderline Crazy Tale of Coyotes, Cash & Cartels By Stephen Randel He is called El Barquero He makes his trade along the border, smuggling guns and killing without remorse As he faces his one last mission, his perfect plan is unwittingly foiled by Avery, a paranoid loner obsessed with global conspiracy theories who spends most of his time crafting absurd and threatening letters to anyone who offends him That means pretty much everyone.He is called El Barquero He makes his trade along the border, smuggling guns and killing without remorse As he faces his one last mission, his perfect plan is unwittingly foiled by Avery, a paranoid loner obsessed with global conspiracy theories who spends most of his time crafting absurd and threatening letters to anyone who offends him That means pretty much everyone What unfolds is a laugh out loud dark comedy of madcap adventure stretching from Austin to the West Texas border featuring a lunatic band of civilian border militia, a group of bingo crazed elderly ladies one packing a pistol nearly as long as her arm , a murderous and double crossing cartel boss, a burned out hippy, and a crotchety retired doctor and his pugnacious French bulldog Read it to believe it.
    The Chupacabra: A Borderline Crazy Tale of Coyotes, Cash & Cartels By Stephen Randel chupacabra Legend Facts Britannica Chupacabra, in Latin American popular culture, a monstrous creature that attacks animals and consumes their blood As a fearsome but probably nonexistent creature, the chupacabra has been characterized as the southern equivalent of the Sasquatch Chupacabras were first reported in The Surprising True Story Of The Chupacabra Oct , Chupacabras The Surprising True Story Behind The Blood Sucking Mythical Creatures In , Madelyne Tolentino spotted an alien like created outside her home in Puerto Rico Thus the legend of the chupacabra began Wikimedia Commons An artists rendering based on the first description of a chupacabra. The Chupacabra A novella Kindle edition by Tanner As the title suggests, this is a yarn using the legendary CHUPACABRA the goatsucker of mostly Latin American legend, as a premise It s some kind of crypto zoological beast with vampire like tendencies that preys on farm animals It sucks its victim dry of blood but leaves the meat. The Chupacabra A Cryptozoological Animal No Locals were plunged into states of near hysteria by the attacks, which reportedly left animals dead, with strange marks on their necks, and a distinct lack of blood in their corpses Since many of the early attacks were on goats, the term, chupacabra, was created It means, in Spanish, goat sucker. Save % on Chupacabra on Steam Experience the unforgiving jungle environment and gameplay as you try to hunt one of the most mysterious creatures ever roaming the earth Chupacabra
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    1. Thomas Wolfe once said, You Can t Go Home Again Well, maybe he didn t SAY it, but he used it as the title of a book I haven t yet read It seems like good advice to me You can t go home again Cos when you do, all sorts of weird shit happens.Meet Kip He s headed home to Austin to spend time with his dad, who s been diagnosed with cancer, and may not have much time left on this planet.Meet Aunt Polly and her gang of bingo obsessed lady friends They ll keep you laughing as they take Tai Chi lessons [...]


    2. 3.5It took me a long time to finish this book and I don t have any real reason for it It was just slow, so I won t rate it low because it really doesn t deserve a low rating just because I wasn t in the mood for it when I started reading.There are a number of POVs and they all come together near the end of this crazy book The characters best describe it The author managed to tell a humorous though dark story even with serious themes illegal aliens, remorseless assassins, drugs, cartels and a ver [...]


    3. Just OK I really wanted to like this one, but the characters were just too broad for me I did enjoy the intertwined story lines, but would have probably preferred fewer with a cohesive, fully realized result.


    4. I must give this book a great score and I can give two reasons for it Avery and Pearl I know you have no idea of what I am talking about, but we will get there, I promise.First beware that this is no fantasy book nor Sci Fi, it is an honest to God comedy book set in contemporary Texas From the title I really did not know what to expect The Chupacabra I mean, I know what a chupacabra is and therefore I was kind of expecting a horror novel, indulging in gruesome details of terrifying blood sucking [...]


    5. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review This was one of those books that I just had to read and I m glad I did I thoroughly enjoyed this book It was a crazy ride with some of the quirkiest characters I ve ever met It was well written and kept me interested in the story the entire time, even when I wasn t sure how a particular scene was relevant The glimpses of the characters and the events surrounding them come together as the story progresses and adds to the chain of eve [...]


    6. A really good read It was all that the author promised Dark comedy expertly laced in a interesting plot which involved the drug cartel, murder and paranoid characters Adding a small dog with a superior complex and you find your self reading the book with a smile on your face Chuckles and shaking the head for the stupidity of the characters a definite during the read.The five old ladies colored it in with their quirky comments, insane driving and a general love for people While the murderer roame [...]


    7. At 33 years of age, I can honestly say I have finally met my favorite literary character of all time It s no exaggeration when I tell you I wouldn t be at all surprised if Avery Bartholomew Pendleton forever takes the cake or sabotaged taco in that department This is one of the most amazingly entertaining, laugh out loud funny, and adventurous books I ve ever read Full of quirky, outlandish characters that remain believable and likable, and a meaner than mean villain, this novel will keep you ab [...]


    8. Hilarious I thought the book would be a documentary but it was funny Couldn t help but laugh at some of the characters It is worth reading.


    9. Name of Book The Chupacabra A Borderline Crazy Tale of Coyotes, Cash CartelsAuthor Stephen RandelISBN 9780988222502Publisher Knuckleball PressPart of a Series The Chupacabra MisadventuresType of book 2000s, letters, conspiracies, action, suspense, comedy, Mexico, cartel, mafia, Texas, ChupacabrasYear it was published 2012Summary He is called El Barquero He makes his trade along the border, smuggling guns and killing without remorse As he faces his one last mission, his perfect plan is unwittingl [...]


    10. Stephen Randel s novel The Chupacabra is an adventurous comedy that illustrates Randel s impressive talent for storytelling as he weaves together an extensive cast of diverse characters that all intersect at the end At first I was a little overwhelmed by the amount of characters I needed to get a grasp on to get immersed in this book, but it really didn t take long for the story to pull me under The story is constantly changing between its ensemble cast member s perspectives, so it s important t [...]


    11. Orignially posted reesesreviews 201 Synopsis He is called El Barerquo He makes his trade along the border, smuggling guns and killing without remorse As he faces his one last mission, his perfect plan is unwittingly foiled by Avery, a paranoid loner obsessed with global conspiracy theories who spends most of his time crafting absurd and threatening letters to anyone who offends him That means pretty much everyone.What unfolds is a laugh out loud dark comedy of madcap adventure stretching from Au [...]


    12. REVIEW ORIGINALLY POSTED AT BOOKS KEEP ME SANEThe Chupacabra doesn t seem my cup of tea At first I was really hesitant to read it Before reading the book, I knew what a chupacabra is a mythical creature that are said to inhabit Mexico and kill people but when they do not drink the blood of human, they prey on goats instead Upon hearing the title I immediately thought it was of the paranormal genre, and then I found out the genre of the book is humor I told myself I will give it a try.I m glad I [...]


    13. Border troubles are nothing new nowadays Nightly newscasts are often filled with stories of drugs murder along the US Mexican border With no regard for human life, intricate networks operate on both sides Mayhem abounds as humans contraband is smuggled towards The American Dream Stephen Randel s tale of border woes brings us an eclectic mix of characters First up is El Barquero or The Ferryman Ruthless to his muscled core, he plays cartels against each other in a bloody quest for money Avery Pen [...]


    14. This is a CRAZY fun read It s a wacky tale of a really strange man boy who is just crazy enough to get caught up in a whole mess of drug cartels and crazy home grown militia wannabes in the epic hunt for the invasive vampire dog the Chupacabra It is one of the most crack pot books I ve ever read At the end, I just looked at it and thought, Ya, this TOTALLY could happen I absolutely loved it Yes, I know, I m using a ton of exclamation points but well, I m excited When I first started the book, I [...]


    15. This was fun read with a cast of characters rivaling Evanovich s Plum series We find a young man coming back to his West Texas hometown after working in NY City to find his father in poor health, a step brother who spends his time closeted in his room dreaming up schemes and inventions and writing letters to company CEO s to complain about this and that His Aunt Polly and her crew of senior citizens including Pearl, a small black woman toting a huge pistol Then there is General X Ray, the head o [...]


    16. What starts out as seemingly separate stories coalesce and collide into one laugh out loud roller coaster ride I was in stitches reading The Chupacabra From oddball Avery s letters to various corporations which I had to read out loud to my other half because they were so funny to the sinister El Barquero s activities under the cartel s noses, there wasn t a point in this book where I was bored You absolutely do have to read this book to believe it the description alone doesn t give it justice Th [...]


    17. The Chupacabra A Borderline Crazy Tale of Coyotes, Cash and Cartels is every bit as crazy as the title implies I had a great time with this story and recommend it It s part satire parody and part oh so real current events It s both brutally funny and brutally violent.As I live in the region where it takes place the border between Mexico and the US and hear of these kinds of situations on a daily basis, it was refreshing to see it all from a lighter point of view as dangerous as they are, the Mex [...]


    18. The story of El Barquero, the drug smuggling trade and the US Border Patrol was riveting However, I didn t particularly relish the scenes with the civilian militia, whose members are shown as fumbling fools a la F Troop Yes, I could see how those scenes could be humorous, but I find it discomforting that such a group is represented as harmless and comedic and nothing about which to be concerned Civilian militia border patrols can be dangerous and, if they are made up of fumbling fools, they pres [...]


    19. Great characters albeit hardly a sane one among them The author somehow entwines a menacing assassin, five aging but hilarious Texas ladies think older versions of Bridesmaids , a ruthless Mexican cartel leader, a band of nut job Texas border militia, a conspiracy driven overweight computer nerd, a burnout hippy bookstore head shop owner and the protagonist and his dad into a fast paced yarn that perfectly blends elements of humor and suspense.Randel s first novel is a winner can t wait for the [...]


    20. Stephen Randel s debut novel is a story about El Barquero A gunrunner and hit man for a Mexican drug cartel, The Ferryman has decided to go rogue and take the cartel s shipments for himself He plans to pull off just one heist, but during this job things go awry.No, that s not what this book is aboutFull Review dripdropdripdropdripdrops


    21. A hysterical hoot Loved Avery and Pearl Great book full of a lively, quirky bunch of characters Some blood and gore Okay, lots of blood and a bit than just some gore But it s all relative to the storyline LolOh and what a story Fast paced, true to life, kind of, and fun A truly fun book.I loved this book I laughed out loud As for laughing it s up there with Blabbermouth , high praise indeed.


    22. This story should have been funnier or darker, but it missed the mark of a dark comedy The characters are cartoonish and not believable This apparently works for some, but I couldn t care about any of the characters I felt like I was reading a knock off of No Country for Old Men It ends in cliff hanger but I won t know what happens in the next 2 books in the series.


    23. I started reading not knowing anything about the theme It started out with the drug runners and El Baquero waiting for them I liked Kip and Avery and laughed out loud at the taco stand exchange BUT then the sudden change of action back and forth turned me off I just lost interest It got some good reviews so I m sure it s me I may give it another try later.


    24. Shades of Carl Haissan in a Texas border setting This book will keep you laughing the whole way through From the Mexican drug cartel hitman to a truly inept posse comitas, and from the ladies bingo circle to an incredibly strange conspiracy theorist with a bent for correspondence, this book is a great read The legendary chupacabra also makes an appearance I can t wait to read the next one


    25. This was a fun read It is not classic literature but just a nonsense filled book of misadventure You will not need your dictionary for this one, but you may be on Google looking for the title beast.







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