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review 2016-01-18 20:10
Black Lung by Joshua Dobson
Black Lung - Joshua Dobson

Black Lung by Joshua Dobson is a short erotic horror story from Comet Press and their Sex Files series. Comet Press have released some excellent titles such as Barbie Wilde's Venus Complex and a few Adam Howe stories, this was my first read from this author.

 

Gretchen arrives at the bus station of somewhere unknown, filled with the dregs of society, she's picked up by Spike the muscular female bodyguard and a gorgeous older woman of the supermodel socialite variety.

 

She's then taken to some overbearing digs where Gretchen knows exactly what's expected of her, its sex followed by party time followed by a bit more sex and a sprinkling of blood with the odd removal of specific body parts (mainly anything that moves).

 

There's some typical bloke writing erotica phraseology going on before we enter the horror section, stuff like 'Gretchen’s ample tit-meat' and 'meaty D cups'. There's lots of cringe worthy sex descriptions which stick in the mind, one of the most memorable being.

 

'her tongue paints an abstract impressionist masterpiece on Gretchen’s c**t.'

 

Wish my tongue could paint an abstract impressionist masterpiece, I’m gonna nip off and see what I can do ….. The horror kicks in over the last 10 pages and rescues things slightly but there's just not enough of it and its over far too quickly. Nice front cover though.

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review 2016-01-17 19:16
Mama's Boy by Jon Griffin
Mama's Boy - Jon Griffin

Mama's Boy is an intriguingly creepy psychological horror short story by Jon Griffin, Donna Black's not feeling too hot for a number of reasons. A mother-in-law from hell coupled with a husband who wears blinkers where her behaviour is concerned and a rather scary clown doll that does a lot more than just sit on the mantelpiece, all toy with a fraught sanity just about to snap.

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review 2015-12-27 13:13
Deck the Halls by Ed Lorn
Deck the Halls: A Christmas Horror: War on Christmas #2 - Edward Lorn

Christmas horror joy with rainbow sprinkles, tequila frosting, marzipan glaze and a biscuit base. All topped off with a fountain of blood and a smattering of body parts, Enjoy.

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review 2015-12-15 18:57
Beholder by Graham Masterton
Beholder - Graham Masterton

Beholder by Graham Masterton is my second short story from the openbooks.com website that is available to copy, share, do whatever you want with it and if you feel it's worth some money, then pay something with the links provided.

 

Beholder has a bit of a modern day fairy tale vibe going on with young Fiona who never leaves the house, her mother says she's too beautiful and would come to harm. This is a house with no mirrors and beauty is of course in the eye of the beholder, who is the beholder? Why, anyone who looks at you.

 

This is a simple yet truly horrific short story, I read the second half with a wince permanently etched on my face. To say anything else would give things away but you need to read this and completely unprepared is the best way. Masterfully told by a legend of horror, brilliant stuff.

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review 2015-11-03 20:35
Katerina by Erik Hofstatter
Katerina - Erik Hofstatter

Kamil is a medieval weapons collector and trader based in Prague, he's lived in his flat for seven years, watched as slowly the hookers and pimps moved into his neighbourhood. He wondered what sort of losers pick up street girls, how desperate for sex the need would be to stoop so low. A young red headed woman catches him off guard and he's intrigued by her pierced tongue, pretty soon he's doing exactly what he thought he abhorred most.

 

So he's pretty shocked when he wakes up and finds her in his kitchen, ripping a rat apart with her teeth, and rather than steer clear an infatuation is born. Soon he's following Katerina when maybe that's the last thing he should be doing.

 

Katrina is told in first person through the eyes of Kamil, the story is well written, the sexual encounters felt a little awkward with respect to the descriptions and the story left me feeling like there was something missing, maybe it was the abrupt ending but Erik Hofstatter shows talent.

 

 

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