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Euphoria Paperback – April 27, 2012
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I finished this book in the first night I purchased it and needless to say, it gave me nightmares! I'd recommend this book to horror lovers, urban fantasy fans, and anyone who is interested in demons and 2012 Mayan prophecies.
McLeod metaphorically sees the cartel as old Mexico “demons” as exemplified by Grohah, and the victims as children and their parents. I asked Ms. McLeod, “What drug are you mimicking or is it just a made up drug? Is it crack, heroin, ecstasy, or??” She answered, “I made the whole thing up, but I did base it on two hallucinogenics used by the Mayans and the Aztecs. One was derived from the flower, Morning Glory and the other, an hallucinagenic mushroom. Both of these were from Mexico. I then added coke in there for a bit of extra flavour!” In the books, the drug is described, “This batch was perfect. His secret ingredients included the seeds from a rare flower of the family Convolvulaceae, which was once used by the Aztec civilization to induce hallucinations. The more common example of this species of flower could be found in most garden shops, but he’d travelled to Mexico for just the exact one he needed. Little trace of the substance would be found in the human body once the effects had worn off.” McLeod further explains, “I took a few liberties. I made Grohah a demon from the Mayans, and included some stuff from the Aztecs. This is because the Aztecs did have some culture similar to the Mayans but I wanted to connect both civilzations in the book.” The drug is part of a ritual; the addicts lose complete control of themselves, succumbing to the old gods of ancient Mexico. The story works as a metaphor for the presence of the Latino Drug Cartels via their illegal substance presence throughout the world.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just like the euphoric cocktail within this book, the ingredients in McLeod's novel produce the perfect recipe for a page-turning horror story. Read morePublished 1 month ago by andie
The Ministry of Zombies received a review copy of this publication so here's what we think.
This is not a book I would normally have picked up. Read more