Don’t Go To Wheelchair Camp by David Irons


A campground known as Camp Cherry Plain is home to positive and uplifting experiences to disadvantaged kids. Also, known as Wheelchair Camp, it’s yearly boarded guests arrive in a yellow school bus and partake in annual activities such as gaming events, arts & crafts and wheelchair races. However this fateful summer will bring mysterious shrouds of darkness, a camp created from bloodshed and forced participants in the ultimate game of survival.

Equipped with not only teenage love and lust, Don’t Go To Wheelchair Camp also captures an individuals attempt to escape a brutal tragic past. In addition the camp’s scandalous rumors of drugs, supernatural existences and vanishing residents make this a distinct page turner for fans of the genre. Author David Irons has originated his own campfire tale with images of ominous overnight lodging, ax-wielding activities and non-stop camper carnage.

It’s impressive how David Irons reveals to the reader only what he wants them to see, similar to a limited glow from a dying flashlight. From his eye catching cover to the wonderful retro vibe, Irons always seems to offer the best overall reading experience possible. Published by Severed Press and coming in at 350 blood soaked pages, there’s never a lack of glorified gore and menacing massacre.
Part Sleepaway Camp, part Friday the 13th, this nostalgic trip to those slasher classics carries with it a sense of dread and a bad case of the heebie-jeebies. Listen closely, the rumbling you hear in the distance is coming your way…prepare yourself for a five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ splattery good time.
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A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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