Inside Out by Lor Gislason

Reports of a mining incident has been received through a radio transmission under extreme duress. A request for medical assistance from the twelve man digging crew arrives with a complete security team. As the relief arrives, the site itself is found in total disarray and coated in blood and human tissue. Further insight of the investigation reveals not only a sole survivor, but an unusual red type of moss found within the caves. The unusual organism seems to be alive and hungry for its own need of survival.

In the tradition of The Blob and The Thing, author Lor Gislason has created a terrifying fictional transformation of flesh and goo. Enveloping a nostalgic 80’s vibe, Inside Out is built on a found footage type context told through interviews, VHS recordings and creative segments of written transcripts. Using visceral images painted with pink flesh and brown meat, Lor surrounds her creation with a style of writing that adds a cringe worthy nastiness to its less than human plot.

Not only did Gislason flawlessly interpret horrific visuals, she distorts all five senses beyond recognition with graphic depictions of degeneration. The mastery of mucus she uses during each individual’s secluded segment reveals a grossly compelling struggle within. These segments crescendo into one horrific yellow milky discharge of writhing flesh. Lor Gislason wears her well written Bile Badge with pride and honor.
The future of humanity lies genetically among Clusters, Outers and Blobs. Dust off that old Hazmat gear you used during the pandemic, you’re gonna need it for these leaky pages of gooey substance. Inside Out by Lor Gislason is one small step for Splatterpunk and one giant step for Body Horror. This is a five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation that you should own today.
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A Five Star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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