Life, Death and the Origin of the Hot Wax Vagina mixes biology, mythology and satire in tales of death and dying that parody classic children stories.
Frankenstein is an expert on end of life care.
Dorothy is diagnosed with throat cancer.
The Lion dies of a massive heart attack.
As Dr. Seuss rhymes about "Oh! The Places You Can Die," the five stages of dying are revealed through "This Little Piggy" the nursery rhyme we all love. You may recall the last one went wee wee wee all the way home. Now you know why.
Its The Onion meets Deepak Chopra and Dr. Oz.
Combining the best of eastern philosophy, western science, and childhood stories you were told once upon a time, Life, Death & The Origin of the Hot Wax Vagina explains why and how we must have a sense of humor about the reality that every day death is near.
Who is your guide through this bio-mythological journey?
Meet Dr. Epiphany Medicus. Oncologist and demigod.
Travel with her along the last days in the life of Olga Phoenix. Olga is editor in chief of the Bunion- an on line medical satirical journal that reports on the discovery of tini-THC in babies urine and on "Negrophobia" a debilitating disease found only in night shift workers. Dr. Medicus asks us to look at our mortality and laugh. What better medicine for the inevitable?
This book is for the planner, the organizer, those thirsty for knowledge, in search of a good read and a quick solution to the problem "What do I do with my life?"