{Review} Dungeons and Drag Queens by M.P. Johnson
I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the... {Review} Dungeons and Drag Queens by M.P. Johnson

I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

{Review} Dungeons and Drag Queens by M.P. Johnsonby M.P. Johnson
Published by Eraserhead PRess Genres: Bizarro
Pages: 150
Format: eARC
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Sleazella LaRuse, a drag queen, is kidnapped by the magician, Dravor. 
Dravor thinks he has found a queen for his king, and that she will have his babies, but he his sorely mistaken. Sleazella doesn’t have the necessary girly bits.

Sleazella flees from the weird magician, bumbling through a world she knows nothing about. However, Dravor is not giving up. He’s a great magician and he will find a spell that will allow her to have the king’s children.

This was a fun read. I was concerned that the author might not be able to sufficiently explore the drag queen theme, but M.P. Johnson succeeded on every level. The main character’s back-story was real and heartwarming and Sleazella’s personality shined no matter what predicament she was in.

I was carried along on this disturbingly adventurous read and will be looking out for more of this author’s work.

About M.P. Johnson

MP Johnson has been kicking weird writing out to the public beginning in 1998 with the publication of the first issue of his music and monsters zine, Freak Tension.

Since then, his short stories have appeared in more than 35 publications. His debut book, The After-Life Story of Pork Knuckles Malone, was released in 2013 by Bizarro Pulp Press. His second book, Dungeons and Drag Queens, is due soon from Eraserhead Press. He is also a B-movie extra and an obsessive music fan. Currently, he can be found eating Indian food and slamming root beer in the streets of Minneapolis.

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