Abhorrent Faith by John Baltisberger

As an outbreak of rioting commences all over the state of Texas, an assembly of clergy gather for an interfaith summit of welcoming dialogue. This collaboration of religious leaders quickly begin to witness horrific visions of fire and brimstone as the outside uprising develops into monstrosities and anomalies straight from Hell. Rising from the chaos, a madman representing prejudice, racist and bigotry initiates his unholy mission upon humanity. The ultimate clash of good and evil has begun.

John Baltisberger unleashes his next installment in the Abhorrent series. Once again shaping an environment of surreal nightmares, Abhorrent Faith carries an apocalyptic ambience of psychotic heathens and faithless apostates driven by their own interpretations of the gospel. All the while, earth-shaking Kaiju manifestations of pure evil and violent deities roam the city streets causing death and destruction.

Baltisberger uses skillful metaphors and analogies to express the positives and negatives of today’s society. His writing style of expanded theology and sacred text is definitely unique and distinctive to the genre. Not just anyone can successfully combine intelligent ethical values and cultural beliefs with corpse defiling and extreme sexual violations. These stomach churning chapters of disturbing maddening malformations will entice the most extreme trigger warnings obtainable.
If you have found yourself losing faith, your doubts could be the doorway to enter a deeper faith…an Abhorrent Faith…which is led by virtue of an author named John Baltisberger. This distinctive denomination of abnormality has converted yours truly into a five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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