The Swine by Simon McHardy & Sean Hawker

A weekend field trip to Savage River National Park is planned for those who are mentally and physically disabled. When the bus mysteriously breaks down within the isolated wilderness, chaperones and teenagers alike decide to seek assistance. Discovering a farmhouse within the heavily dense forest seems to be a blessing, however this farmyard is owned by a mother & son that makes Norman Bates look like an angel.

Simon McHardy & Sean Hawker return with a sledgehammer wielding butchery called The Swine. These two authors bring their inbred backwoods A-Game to an ominous gore-soaked level of freakish nightmares. Expect plenty of inhuman torments and screams of agony within this nauseating novella length of nastiness. With a cannibalistic mother and a denim overall wearing son looming within the wooded darkness…what could go wrong?

Filth and decay runs rampant throughout The Swine as viscera lovin’ inhuman terrors come to life. No one can build a menacing tension quite like McHardy & Hawker. Just like a Doublemint gum slogan…Double your torture…Double your carnage. It goes without saying this book isn’t for the weak hearted or those with a sensitive stomach. Not since Deliverance have pig squeals given me inbred shivers up and down my backside.
If it’s one thing we have learned from McHardy & Hawker it’s…when lost in the unfamiliar wilderness of the Deep South and in need of help, like a good neighbor pig farmers are there. Meathooks, sledgehammers and meat grinders, oh my. I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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A Five Star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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