A certain, um, body part runs away from his owner. Wearing a hot-dog toy disguise, he clashes with warrior pigeons, suicidal hummingbirds, and griping squirrels. He is soon imprisoned in Male Re-education Kamp, wars with cynical plums, woos amorous cardiac valves, livers, and cupcakes, joins forces with hyper-testosterone Komodo Dragons, and is shanghaied by a femme pirate crew to help harpoon Mobo, the 90-foot moray eel who is the font of worldwide testosterone. Tricky is a savagely-funny trip into male delusion, sneaky body parts, repression, amorality and – what the hey – gigantor moray eels that stream flaming jizz.
“Want to ride a great roller coaster ride? Want to get scared, laugh squeamishly, and be afraid but unwilling to avoid moving to the next stage, a towering high, a crippling low, then read Tricky. Take a dangerous and daunting ride.” — Kenn Kirby, author of Granny Stories
"Tricky—Northwest literary legend Ron Dakron’s latest and wildest-assed yarn yet—is sharp-tongued, evil-humored and sproings from one hilarious adventure to the next. Dakron deploys his signature dement, tectonic wit and raging poetic genius. No meme is safe. No sacred foil left unscathed (or uncircumcised). ” — Ruuf Wangersen, author of The Pleasure Model Repairman