Abhorrent Siren by John Baltisberger

Marine and Aquatic scientists discover an unknown form of zoological amphibian near the Texas/Mexican border. This discovery of a mutating species initiates a contamination on the population of The Lone Star state and beyond. While the disease unfolds, the carnage begins. The inhuman screams echo throughout all city streets and rural suburbs as the affliction becomes all too real.

Splatterpunk nominee John Baltisberger presents his twisted intellect, painting images of biological evolutions. Using these visionary strokes of genius, John provides bio-luminescent creatures, spider like predators and mammoth Kaiju monsters. This experimentation of mutated horror sweeps all angles of fictional horror for the reader. From chemically laced monstrosities to gruesome attempts of survival, this fatal pandemic infects the contaminated with a hunger for bone, flesh and blood.

Adapting unnatural ideas into a twisted mass of contorted images is an obvious strength of Baltisberger. His ingredients of bile, bone and viscera make up a recipe specifically geared towards a baked gore platter served on each and every page.
If you like Barker, Lovecraft and the unpredictability of George R.R. Martin you will want to sink your cross pollinated talons into this one. Not since watching The Thing have I wanted to stand up and cheer for a unique addition to the horror community. Abhorrent Siren has all the nightmarish shocks and chaotic terror to qualify as a must read for all horror fans. Believe me…you do not want to miss out on this one. A strong five star ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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A 5 / 5 🌊 🌊 🌊 🌊 🌊 strong Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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