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Nancy Goats
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Weston gives an overview of the book:

A young man headlines at Leather Kitty in West Hollywood. He’s on top of the world, discovering more about himself day by day. But on the eve of his greatest success, he is kidnapped, thrown in the trunk of a car and taken to a house somewhere along the California Coast. He’s become the property of Family Pain. His life is no longer his own. All he has left is to somehow survive this psychotic world of mixed martial artists run by a crazed former Special Forces medic, who is using young boys as goats for his fighters to bend, bruise and sometimes break. Welcome to the pain-filled universe of Nancy Goats.
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A young man headlines at Leather Kitty in West Hollywood. He’s on top of the world, discovering more about himself day by day. But on the eve of his greatest success, he is kidnapped, thrown in the trunk of a car and taken to a house somewhere along the California Coast. He’s become the property of Family Pain. His life is no longer his own. All he has left is to somehow survive this psychotic world of mixed martial artists run by a crazed former Special Forces medic, who is using young boys as goats for his fighters to bend, bruise and sometimes break.

Welcome to the pain-filled universe of Nancy Goats.

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About Weston

Weston's first story was published when he was seven. The backlash of this first literary effort caused the elementary school to recall their newspaper at the behest of irate parents. One day he hopes to achieve this sort of acclaim again. Since then, he's written five novels...

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Published Reviews

Nov.12.2008

"It’s rare to find a first novel with the depth, clarity, and complexity Weston Ochse’s Scarecrow Gods. The author seems to have dragged his characters form his own Land of Inside Out, kicking and screaming...

Nov.12.2008

"God speaks through odd prophets in this schizophrenic tale, which won Ochse a 2005 first novel Stoker Award. Hideously disfigured Maxom Phinxs, known as the “Maggot Man” for his disgusting job at a chicken...