Miracle Growth by Tim Mendees

The local flower/vegetable show and competition has once again began its preparations for the community soil-tenders to show off their gardening skills. Home-spun tonics passed down from generations along with commercially purchased fertilizer share a desired advantage of victory. Among these intermixtures dwells a strange concoction that resins an unearthly glow of what flora nightmares are made of…an existence where feeding and multiplying are its only purpose.

A corrupt compost turns a horticultural society on its head as Tim Mendees directs his warped writing skills towards the green-thumbed art of vegetation and gardening. From these pages of grotesquely twisted trees, vicious vines and unearthly evil plants emerges a story that can only be confronted with face masks and bottles of weed killer. These ethical crop-raising techniques and toxic mutant monsters loom heavily over the authors many parasitic plot lines.

Mendees has a knack of building suspense by using precise and fast-paced weirdness at every turn of the page. He blends flawless well placed humor with horrific scenes of macabre monstrosities and unusual living organisms. However, the true stars of Miracle Growth are the colorful characters surrounded by the unrelenting forms of creeping death.
Not gonna lie, with a tip of the hat to Day of the Triffids and a Paperbacks From Hell nostalgic vibe, Eerie River Publishing delivers a Tim Mendees novel that brambles its way to an insidious five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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