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I can’t help but smile and think… bad things are a comin’.
Warning: Adult Zombie Erotica. LOL
Wormfood Island by Ken La Salle is an adult horror novel. The sex is not so much erotic, but savage as it feeds on the human bodies of these not-so-happy vacationers. The writing struck me as humorous horror. If there isn’t such a thing, I’m laying claim to the genre.
A beautiful tropical island…not so much.
Flawed characters that end up in a s***load of trouble, very much so.
Kevin Miller had turned into a couch potato, just waiting for death to claim him. Until…
He has everything riding on next week…the trip.
It started with a BITE.
The character chosen to set off the chain of events that will have the others in shock or sent running and screaming to their death, was a bit of a surprise, but when I think about it…perfect.
I love flawed characters and Kevin is a doozy. I sure hope he mans up.
As the story progresses, so does the contagion.
Zombies run wild, with the uninfected unable to believe what they are seeing.
Imagine, if you knew the changes you were going through, what you would become, unable to change the end result.
As an example of the humorous horror, I will share the head of securities comment while watching a woman bite off a man’s penis:
“Don’t you have any sense, you two? Can’t you see people are watching you?”
Wormfood Island is a fun and grisly adventure into Ken La Salle’s twisted mind.
There is tons of running, screaming, shock and awe, and blood and guts a plenty.
Half the time I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry, so I laughed. Sorry, perhaps I am a bit twisted myself. LOL
I received Wormfood Island by Ken La Salle in return for an honest and unbiased review and I can hardly wait to see what he comes up with next.
There is erotica, though some of it is more horrifying than titillating frankly as the disease takes hold of its victims :)
This is a fun take on the zombie outbreak story, with interesting characters and some steamy bits. Highly recommended to anyone who likes zombies and isn't offended by a little smut!