Suburban Gothic by Brian Keene & Bryan Smith

Forced from their environmental catacombs beneath the surface level, a mutated family has been decimated and forced to rebuild their lineage elsewhere. An abandoned mall by the name of Westgate Galleria, has become the new home to these vile monstrosities and gruesome freaks. Here is where two inverse clans have initiated their existence. One has undertaken a vision of horrific scientific experimentations and the other wants to lead his mutants to the promise land. Between the two, lie the innocent victims that happen to cross these malformed deviants path.

Suburban Gothic is a stand alone story as well as a sequel to both Urban Gothic by Brian Keene and The Freakshow by Bryan Smith. With its location taken place in a dystopian mall, this novel conjoins both unruly bizarre captors and their desolate prey. With immoral characters such as Captain Rat, Tusk-Face and Doctor Midnight, this “Hills Have Eyes” on steroids packs an extreme punch.

The duo of Keene & Smith bring their “A Game” to this inbred carnival of carnage. It was exciting to experience what these two heavyweights of horror had in store for their readership. The unusual characters inhabiting the walls of the subterranean mall are the true celebrities of this grotesque work of fiction. Their creepiness allows the reader to bypass any unnecessary fat and focus directly on the central rotted meat of the story. Nonetheless, be prepared to encounter a variety of abominations and exploitations of every sinister kind. Not for the easily offended.
What we have here is a nasty novel cookie consisting of two outer Brian/Bryan shells with a creamy bloody filling. Published by Deadite Press, this grab bag of disemboweling, decapitation and fetal twin rage take all the necessary risks to present an enjoyable vile experience. Basic rule to survive a Keene/Smith novel…never, ever, under any circumstance go near an abandoned mall. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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