Clown In A Cornfield 2: Frendo Lives by Adam Cesare

It is the one year anniversary of a bloody crime scene known as The Kettle Springs Massacre. As the flow of time commences, the bloodshed that occurred from the predatory sociopath known as Frendo The Clown has now become center stage for a Haunted Hayride and Scream Park. As the spooky attraction begins its seasonal presentation, three survivors return to the offensive representation of their horrific site. However as killer groupies and true-crime junkies descend upon the entertaining killing ground, Frendo The Clown once again dons its terrifying mask and causes havoc. Heads are sure to roll yet again.

Adam Cesare has resurrected his painted face creation from his successful novel, Clown In A Cornfield. Behold the sequel entitled Frendo Lives, the next shocking saga of that red nosed, wide smiled, porkpie hat wearing masked slasher. Cultivating creative carnage within the fields of cornstalks all the while establishing characters of primary good and absolute evil is a concoction that Cesare excels at.

Delivering a satisfying haunted house experience full of rich harvest horror seems to come easy to this author. He has a distinct talent of guiding the reader on a perilous pathway of scares all the while structuring an intense plot. From the beautiful cover design to the intricate storyline, this novel in my opinion is the complete package. For god’s sake there’s a blurb from Clive Barker on the front cover.
I strongly recommend both Clown In A Cornfield and the sequel Frendo Lives. Purchase both and redeem your Cesare ticket to enter one heck of a horror show. A five star
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation. Embrace the Eerie that Adam has to offer.
A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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