Things Were Easier Before You Became A Giant Fucking Mantis by Matthew Clarke

Jacoboby and Millie are sweethearts. Plans for a bright future together begin as each day seems to have a promising outlook. There’s only one small problem, Millie is in the process of transforming into a praying mantis. Now the couple must struggle with everyday living having to take into account their better half is a long-bodied, large-eyed predatory insect.

Meanwhile…the SMK (Super Mantis Killas), an established anti-manti clan of humans, continue to perform their ritualistic acts of extreme violence towards manti-persons. Their one and only objective in life is to rid manti-people from the face of the earth.

Matthew Clarke blends emotions of metamorphosis terror, carnivorous disgust and bizarre humor into one unsettling skin-shedding orgy of storytelling. From witty manti orientation centers to the concerns of impregnating a loved one without getting your face eaten. Clarke covers every mantid subject matter with tongue in cheek accuracy.

Unforgettable cast members are the authors strength in storytelling. From the unique descriptive transformations of losing teeth, fingerprints and hair to the celebrated Tiny Terry, a gnome with a robust desire for the taboo. These adult themed scenarios of green-flecked gore and manti-flesh on flesh are not for the easily offended.
Things Were Easier Before You Became A Giant Fucking Mantis is not only the greatest title ever, but contains sultry romance, sinister ploys of evil and an underlying moral theme of “it takes more power to build than to burn”. It offers advice of selling mantis sheds on EBay and the cautions of bug spray. Enjoy this bizarro work of horror fiction…I did
A 4 / 5 star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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