Playground by Aron Beauregard

After receiving a brochure, a few lucky families are chosen to test out an ultramodern playground. Be that as it may, this irresistible invitation for an adolescent wonderland was offered under false pretenses. Sick and twisted ulterior motives are hidden behind the eye candy of seesaws, slides and monkey bars.

Aron Beauregard pens his ultimate splatter novel around a group of children gathered for experimentation. Ghastly images incorporating teeter totters, sandboxes and hopscotch will satisfy any reader’s lust for revulsion. These frightening fixtures demonstrate how heartless humanity can be. However, when Aron Beauregard is your only childhood playmate, a gauntlet of disturbing depictions are sure to come your way…and it does. You won’t see the likes of this disturbing incestuous book of the macabre on any church pew.

This structural state-of-the-art horror fest reminds me of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory gone wrong, very wrong. Conjuring heart tugging moments with feelings of worry, concern and anxiety, Beauregard brings a sacrificial story to his slab of scares. His distinctive bone-chilling bloodshed combines perfectly with a plot that’s engaging, not to mention the grip factor is off the chain. Welcome to the twisted mind of author Aron Beauregard along with the sensational cover & interior illustrations of artist Anton Rosovsky.
Be sure to read the small print on all pamphlets, follow the playground rules and most of all stay young at heart and you just might survive the horrors of this extreme escapade. It’s Aron Beauregard’s world, we just play in it. Grab your slap bracelet and join me in giving Playground a five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
A Five Star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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