Nana by Mark Towse

Olly is preparing for a visit to his Nana’s home. Although the weird smells and bizarre behavior make it the usual awkward visit, the young boy’s parents insist so they can work on their problematic marriage. Newhaven Crescent is a lovely little community where everyone is welcome and social gatherings are a common occurrence. Its close-knit elderly populace is one where everybody knows each other’s name and neighbors look out for each other. However, at closer look this “Stepford” community seems to manifest a slightly ominous presence. It possesses a surreal appearance, partakes in strange endeavors and has an unusual connection to a list of missing persons.

Author Mark Towse offers up a disturbing novella encircled with an aroma of rotting flesh and perfume. His book, Nana, is heavy on leaky skin freaks, uncomfortable offbeat humor and enough uneasy moments to fill a ritual scene from the movie Midsommar. With a combination of skin crawling storylines and outlandish imagery, uneasiness ebbs and flows throughout each chapter. These blood-stained pages unfold with a perfect balance of sore infested storytelling and drug induced surrealism. Youth and vigor clash with the weak and fragile making this book a gut-turning kaleidoscope of a good time.
Nana’s famous fresh baked cherry pie is the grist for the gossip mill, it professes to be available at all times and always promises something special inside each and every delicious bite. After all…Nana knows what’s best for you…me…and the reader. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Book Recommendation.
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A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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