Invasion of the Bastard Cannibals (Paperback)

And other true stories from a Southerner beyond the Mason-Dixon (Where the Hell Were Your Parents #2)

By Nathan Weathington

Promontory Press Inc., 9781987857696, 160pp.

Publication Date: September 21, 2017

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Description

What would cause a man to leave his sheltered and conservative home in the rural South to move to the hippie-infested left coast of Canada? A woman, obviously. In his second comic memoir, Nathan realizes that although he could make a homemade grenade as a ten-year-old, he is ill-equipped to handle a personal hygiene debate with cannibals, nude strippers on horseback, giant-scrotumed men in loincloths, or hippies who aggressively try to stick coffee up his rectum for no apparent reason. Follow Nathan’s offbeat and absurd musings as he struggles to make sense of the world outside of Bremen, Georgia.

Winner of the Bronze Medal for Humor at the 2017 IPPY Awards.



About the Author

Nathan Weathington is the author of Where the Hell Were Your Parents? and Invasion of the Bastard Cannibals. He has a bachelor of Civil Engineering from Auburn University and an MBA from the University of Victoria. He has worked as a civil engineer, bartender, math teacher, secretary, GM of UsedEverywhere.com, founder of PostaNote.co.nz, and the publisher of several newspapers in British Columbia. As an up-and-coming media mogul, he responsibly decided to ditch his career to pursue the untold riches of becoming an author. Nathan grew up in Bremen, Georgia, a small rural town that serves as the backdrop for his first book. While living in The Bahamas, he met his Canadian wife. He now lives with his family in New Zealand, where he pursues his obsession with fly fishing.


Praise For Invasion of the Bastard Cannibals: And other true stories from a Southerner beyond the Mason-Dixon (Where the Hell Were Your Parents #2)

“This book is part memoir and part stand-up act… Weathington is very funny and his work is recommended for 'real men' and vegans alike." — Publishers Weekly