Cannibal Creator by Chad Lutzke

Multiple families take a charter plane to their destination of Barbados. Looking forward to a bit of business and pleasure, the group anticipates a peaceful visit to the Caribbean. However, as a freak unforeseen accident occurs, the plane goes down in an uncharted dense jungle island. Not only is a mini vacation far from reach, but so is freedom and safety as the flesh feasting inhabitants of the secluded territory become the only obstacle between life and death.

Characters having intense personalities and life struggles make this much more than just your average repulsive romp in a primitive jungle. Focused on those nostalgic Italian cannibal films of the 70’s and early 80’s, Chad Lutzke’s homage takes the reader on a journey of brutal survival. The common denominator of documentary style sadistic scares is alive and well in his novel Cannibal Creator.

The facade of gorgeous lush greenery and beautiful blue water disguise the realism of infested screams of terror. These images of trepidation that Lutzke creates, flow with unease anticipation from page to savage page. I was literally snared by this book, just as if captured in a sharpened bamboo spiked trap. It’s that good folks.
With plenty of “feed the flesh” moments, Cannibal Creator leaves a taste in your mouth that leaves you craving for more. Trigger Warnings are in full effect, only for readers who are prepared to receive their Godly blessing of gore from the righteous Chad Lutzke. Loved this five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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