Black Mouth by Ronald Malfi

It was the summer of Jaimie, Dennis, Mia and Clay’s 11th year when a monster came to pay a visit to Black Mouth. Now in his 30’s, it’s been over four years since Jamie has been home. With the message of his mother’s strange death and gifted brother’s current state he returns home to assist those in need. However upon arrival emotional wounds and adolescent friendships begin to surface once again as a terrifying evil emerges from the old remote farmhouse located near an abandoned mineshaft known as Black Mouth.

Ronald Malfi has created an epic novel about the disease of addiction, childhood nightmares becoming reality and a truly haunting strangeness that rates a 10 on the creepiness scale. The author generates a character-driven story dealing with inner transformations while injecting some of the most vile representations of evil you will find this side of Bret Easton Ellis’ American Psycho. The encroaching darkness Malfi provides from page to page is ghastly genius at its best.

Horror hides in unearthly appearances of magic playing cards, cups & balls, hidden coins and a never ending ticker tape of colored scarves. These predatory masters of manipulations that Malfi provides are bitter pills to swallow considering the delicate subject matter of this novel. Black Mouth honestly blew me away and will no doubt be an instant classic within the horror community. Expect uncanny wonders and indescribable heinous intentions, all leading to a passageway of raw emotions.
Do you want to see a magic trick? Ronald Malfi has a few terrifying tricks up his sleeve, if you dare choose to open this imaginative nightmare of a book. Something’s coming…and it’s bound to cross your path. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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A Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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