Gross Out by Duncan Ralston

Horror writers, critics, fans and gore hounds gather for a three-day annual horror convention called Splatterfest. The celebration gets underway as the attendees begin their participation inside convention halls, conference rooms and vendor tables. As the heavily anticipated “Gross Out” contest nears, not only do the contestants prepare their controversial exploits of fictional gorific fun…kidnapping, torture and evil schemes of revenge also exist within this horror community.

Duncan Ralston’s Gross Out is to Horror Cons as Spinal Tap is to Heavy Metal. Hateful reviews, sexual harassment, cyber bullying and of course dick pics. Ralston leaves no exploitive stone unturned. His approach to these violations of sensitivity are dealt with extreme wit and clever tropes of the genre. But wait! There’s more! In addition readers will receive disgusting author readings of bathroom drain blockage, a one of a kind form of masturbation and a disgusting story of tampon tragedy.

Duncan utilizes his creative juices with a culmination of bizarre acts of cruelty. Fiction often bleeds into reality as sinister storylines flow throughout each and every chapter with a heavy dose of sick sadism. These constant underlying visions of repulsive gore are very similar to an STD, once acquired its very hard to get rid of them. (So I’ve been told.)
Organize your dick pics, identify your adult content by using #hedgehogging and be sure to thank the Flying Spaghetti Monster for the journey you are about to undertake. Duncan Ralston is indeed one of a kind. If you haven’t visited his warped little corner of the world, now is the time. A solid Horror Bookworm Recommendation, especially to those who refuse triggers with their warnings.
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A solid five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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