Chainsaw Hooker by Judith Sonnet

Feeling as though born a whore and will die one, RJ Almond’s profession happens to be prostitution. Filled with the scum of the streets, the dangers and risks are extremely high as she works the red light district overnight. Not to mention she’s married to a loser that takes full advantage of RJ’s kindness. She eventually falls victim to an outlandish savage violation, little did she know the crime would involve cultists, zombies and demons.

Author Judith Sonnet prepares her readers for a demented Sonnet Ride that include entering vile territories of disgust, gross-out fetishes and perverted hellish tormentors. Unleashed upon these pages of Chainsaw Hooker are infernal city-scapes of cosmic ancient creatures and bizarre demon-gods that Clive Barker would approve of. Leave your values and morals at home by reason of…this is splatterpunk at its best.

Prepare yourself…Judith Sonnet has officially put the X in extreme. The explicit depictions of violence and sexual immorality flows from chapter to chapter like a river of blood and bile. Chainsaw Hookers has more foul moments than a loaded adult diaper. By the way…I personally loved the well needed Intermission that Sonnet provides between the reproduction of roadkill and the sensation of spoiled milk. These simulated senses are a staple of what’s to come your way.
From laxative lovin’ to passionate golden liquids, breakout the plastic sheets for this one folks, “urine” good hands with Judith Sonnet. Enjoy this little piece of Hell on Earth, I certainly did. This is a five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation. Trust me on this one friends.
A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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