Ibiranu, The Fleshcrafter: Children Of The Gods by John Baltisberger

Ibiranu is a young Prince of Carthage living under god Baal Hemodiel. Once a human form, now he is anything but normal. His deformation of writhing tendril flesh is a direct result from an ongoing war of gods and demons. In order to undo the devastating transformation he must seek an unholy tome known as the Book of the Children. His quest quickly becomes a deadly journey into unknown lands where the utmost of evils dwell within.

John Baltisberger adds yet another SplatterPulp book to his repertoire of medieval macabre. Brought to you by Kaiju Poet Publications, Children of the Gods takes the reader on a full-fledged quest of extreme sword & sorcery. Channeling his inner divine deity, Baltisberger once again delivers an intense battlefield of immortal beings and demonic creatures. His twisted tales of magic, lust and sword-wielding heroes is always a refreshing departure from the feeding tube of conventional ethics.

Children of the Gods opens with an excess of deathly screams, unique diverse characters and powerful descriptions of mystic cruelty. These primal ingredients not only create a sense of eerie discovery throughout the chapters but also exudes a sick passion for wicked mischief. Teeming with unusual monstrous hybrids, you can tell John enjoys introducing his readers to strange new worlds that are ready for exploration.
Add a pinch of congealed bone marrow, a dash of dust from dead ruins and a sprinkle of screams from a tortured virgin, these are the ingredients that serve up a five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation. Word to the wise…there are things far worse than death.
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A Five Star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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