Beneath The Unspoiled Wilderness by Nikolas Robinson

Friends and roommates plan a camping/hiking weekend trip into the untamed wilderness. As they leave civilization behind and journey into the deepest parts of the forest, a hidden business agenda is slowly revealed. As a peaceful eeriness looms over the frightening dense woodland, indistinguishable shapes within the darkness become an unimaginable threat to the group. A reality check of killed or be killed comes to fruition.

Author Nikolas Robinson takes his readers on a journey into the middle of nowhere and leaves them stranded with an experience they will not soon forget. Beneath The Unspoiled Wilderness stages a frightful setting of unknown surroundings and an unseen menace that only urban legends are made of. These presumed myths and folklore come to life as monstrosities of the macabre become the sole reason for the number of missing person cases. Just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse…bizarre abductions accompanied with unnatural savagery make this a read not soon to be forgotten.

Let’s take a look at the dark discomforting writing style that Nikolas Robinson possesses. This Splatterpunk Award nominee is no stranger to exploitive carnage. The rules and regulations he abides by does not exist. You literally will not know what is looming within his fictional distorted stretch of forest. Psychological evils and justifiable paybacks are often served by Nikolas on a cold plate of vengeance.
If you’re looking for some rest and relaxation on this outdoorsy trip, look elsewhere. Here, you will only find murder and mayhem. What The Shining did for Hotels and Silence Of The Lambs did for serial killers, Beneath The Unspoiled Wilderness will do for camping trips. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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