What the Hell Did I Just Read: A Novel of Cosmic Horror by Pargin, Jason
Jason Pargin

What the Hell Did I Just Read: A Novel of Cosmic Horror -- Jason Pargin

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John Dies at the End's smart take on fear manages to tap into readers' existential dread on one page, then have them laughing the next (Publishers Weekly) and This Book is Full of Spiders was unlike any other book of the genre (Washington Post).

Now, New York Times bestselling author Jason Pargin is back with What the Hell Did I Just Read, the third installment of this black-humored thriller series.

It's the story They don't want you to read. Though, to be fair, They are probably right about this one. To quote the Bible, Learning the truth can be like loosening a necktie, only to realize it was the only thing keeping your head attached. No, don't put the book back on the shelf -- it is now your duty to purchase it to prevent others from reading it. Yes, it works with e-books, too, I don't have time to explain how.

While investigating a fairly straightforward case of a shape-shifting interdimensional child predator, Dave, John, and Amy realized there might actually be something weird going on. Together, they navigate a diabolically convoluted maze of illusions, lies, and their own incompetence in an attempt to uncover a terrible truth they -- like you -- would be better off not knowing.

Your first impulse will be to think that a story this gruesome -- and, to be frank, stupid -- cannot possibly be true. That is precisely the reaction They are hoping for.

Author: Jason Pargin, David Wong
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Published: 10/05/2021
Pages: 384
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.60lbs
Size: 8.10h x 5.30w x 1.10d
ISBN: 9781250830531

About the Author
JASON PARGIN is the New York Times bestselling author of the John Dies at the End series as well as the award-winning first book in the Zoey Ashe series, Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits, formerly published under the pseudonym David Wong. His essays at Cracked.com have been read by tens of millions of people around the world