Sick Sick sick my kind of book!
Filled with sex and violence that'll keep you turning the pages. With a vampire feasting on an embryo and many other dreadful acts you have to check out.
----Kipp Poe Speicher "Kipp Poe Speicher" (Canton, Ohio)Worth getting your hands dirty for!,Rage forces us to look at true sin, true villainy, and truly offensive images of alternative realities.
----J. Aguilera "MLA, Professional reviewer, writ...Hardcore Horror & Bizarro Collide'TPIB' is gross, disgusting, funny, horrific, and disturbing. Rage writes with his conscience thrown out the window.
----Nick Cato "nickyak" (Staten Island, NY United States)nobody is more brilliantly repulsive than ragethere is an intelligence and his gift as a storyteller is finely honed. rage is still gruesome, sickening, twisted, profane, disgusting, morbid, blasphemous.
----D. Gorman "Crystalline Structure Moon"Fuel yourself with RAGEBut beware, because underneath the everyman persona, Steven Rage is one sick man. The evidence of his twisted mind is You Morbid Westphal, a brutal noir tale of drugs and demons.
----David W Barbee (Georgia, USA)
From the Author
Also by The Grim Reverend Steven Rage:
"The Fall of a Blood Drinking Drug Dealer"
"BELLY: A Brutal Bible Tale"
"For All The Marbles"
"The Place In Between"
"You Morbid Westphal"
"PILATE: A Brutal Bible Tale"
AND LOOK FOR "PHARMACIDE" coming soon!!
Rage creates a dismal post-industrial future, a look at man defiled and in decline. Evil has arrived. Dominion has been taken by those who walk as the damned, demons, halflings, products of debauched rampages and sins against nature. Sex, drugs, and broken souls are the only things of value. Life is more like a disease, and the only salvation is the right amount of Plata to numb the conscience and, if one is lucky, to bring on a cleverly disguised demise. Through the sheer shock of his presentation, Rage forces readers to consider the alternatives, to look at the garbage in the streets, to see what is swept into the gutters at night right before all decent people awake to see another cleaned up version of the day. He uses tradition to break tradition, to push the imagination in ways that are uncomfortable at the least and border on the offensive at worst. Yet, in doing so, he illustrates what real Love is.
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