New Audio Edition for One of the Year's Best Political Satires

Critically-acclaimed PINK ELEPHANTS masterfully-rendered by John Reilly.
Narrated by John Reilly
Narrated by John Reilly
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Tea Party
Women S Rights
Republican Party
Hillary Clinton
Todd Akin


Newport - Rhode Island - US


NEWPORT, R.I. - June 30, 2014 - PRLog -- Written in the spirit of Christopher Buckley's Thank You for Smoking, W.J. Renehan's Pink Elephants - a gut-busing send-up of the Republican war on women - has been praised by major writers and critics in its paper and eBook editions.

And now the book is even better as narrated by the inimatable John Reilly in a superb, beautifully-produced audio edition available from Audible, Amazon and iTunes.

Reviews for this smart, lurid satire of the bumbling Tea Party's attacks upon women's rights (and the weary, doomed Republican operatives who struggle in vain to rein in these wing-nuts for the good of the tattered Republican establishment), have been more than strong. They have been superlative.

Pink Elephants is like a political American Psycho, a ghastly phantasmagoria of hate, hypocrisy, and decadence in the twilight days of the Republican Party. Not for the faint-hearted.” - Arthur Goldwag, author of The New Hate: A History of Fear and Loathing on the Populist Right and other books

"Terrifyingly funny, Pink Elephants is a rollicking fever dream of debauchery, self-loathing, and all manner of rats." - Deb Hiett, screenwriter and actress

"Scathingly irreverent, hilariously funny, Pink Elephants compellingly satirizes today's confused, discordant Republican Party and dissects its malaise with the sharpest of literary scalpels." - Robert Leuci, author of the memoir All the Centurions as well as Doyle's Disciples, Odessa Beach, Captain Butterfly and other novels

As the mid-term election season approaches, Pink Elephants shines a brilliant (and more than wry) spotlight on the mind-numbing inconsistencies of Republican rhetoric with regard to women's issues ... and those who articulate (we use the term loosely) that rhetoric.

List Price: $6.95

Length: 1 hour, 30 minutes

Published by New Street Communications, LLC

Also available in paper and as a Kindle eBook

W.J. Renehan serves as editorial director of the horror and SciFi publisher Dark Hall Press. He is author of the highly regarded critical study The Art of Darkness: Meditations on the Effect of Horror Fiction.

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