Full Metal Octopus by Carlton Mellick III

Eliot is a five foot tall winged fairy. His delicate flesh is riddled with an addiction of tattoos & piercings. Oona is an octomaid deriving from the octopus species. Displaying a stylish blue mohawk, this talented tattoo artist generates ink within her own physical ecosystem. The unlikely duo become entangled in a savage and cold-blooded crime. The two quickly realize the only way for survival is the trust and companionship they have for one another.

Carlton Mellick III, probably the most creative and imaginative author in the business, exudes his unusual expertise into his book titled Full Metal Octopus. Establishing a blood fueled mobster backdrop, Mellick paints his unhinged canvas with a storyline saturated by bizarro mafia fiction. At the forefront of this fairytale is a fable of tentacle twisted beauty that oozes erotica and enchanted pheromones. Sprinkle in a wide variety of diverse species including elves, humans, centaurs, fairies and merefolk and you have a solid recipe for a slimy good time.

Pulling from the depths of surreal atmospheres, otherworldly phraseology and a substantial even flow of amphibian violence, Full Metal Octopus is a pleasurable aphrodisiac to the Bizarro genre. The ability to streamline these strange conceptions is a testament to this author’s peculiar writing talent. I’ve come to the conclusion that Mellick books are like Lay’s potato chips…you can’t read just one.
Not only will the reader receive this beautifully packaged novel, but at the behest of the mermaid red-light district the purchaser also receives a bonus section of Mellick’s exceptional artwork to view and admire. This work of Bizarro fiction is best read after downing a mason jar of alcoholic sludge and a toke of black weed cigarettes. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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