The Television by Edward Lee

I. W. Farthing becomes the sole heir to his deceased Uncle Eldred’s estate. However there is one stipulation, he must relocate and assume his relative’s home and responsibilities in England. Unbeknownst to Farthing, his Uncle has bestowed not only a past morbid membership to a very strange club but he also has become sole benefactor and conduit to an undiluted evil of untold atrocities.

Edward Lee is doing what he does best, creating environments of horrific tragedies and well, pardon my French, generating images of sick shit. Bare witness to Lee’s honest depictions of unspeakable subject matter as he conjures up a mind-warping story wrapped around suspicious old Polaroids, a bloodline of heretics and a television that comes with a demonic history of the evil that men do.

As is customary, Lee incorporates some of the strangest characters you will ever meet this side of Midsommar’s village, Harga. From a madam that has found her professional calling of Dominatrix and S&M services to a peculiar woman named The Piss Car Lady. No matter male, female or child, Lee is unbiased when it comes to his morbid disgust.…no one is safe.

When writing this review I often thought of the clever occasions when Edward Lee would break down the fourth wall by acknowledging his readers. He somehow channels historical abhorrent tragedies and a revolting style of horror toward his “captured” audience. What a ball buster of twisted masochist fiction this is. The Television by Edward Lee is hands down the most mental abduction of strangeness and full-tilt peculiarity I have experienced. Madness Heart Press should include a pair of rubber gloves and fluid resistant gowns with each and every purchase.
Mind your dreams, you never know when they may appear on the screen for all to see. Oh and by the way, be sure to avoid the Number Six on the Full Moon menu. I hear the perversion it provides is one heck of a plastic tubing good time. If you like your Edward Lee with a heaping spoonful of torture, murder and mutilation, then look no further because something disturbing this way comes. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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A Five Star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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