Bloodtooth by D.W. Hitz

The year is 1992 and childhood friends explore a legendary set of caves known as Bloodtooth Caverns. Within the walls of the enormous chambers there lies an ominous presence, something that is controlling children within its self made prison. After extinguishing its hold on the innocent, the thing lies dormant…until thirty years later. It has now awaken and whispers its evil hunger into the ears of those easily manipulated.

D.W. Hitz has written an epic novel of massive proportions surrounding the sleepy town of Custer Falls. Covering all aspects from childhood trauma to grisly serial murders, this surreal vision of unusual fearfulness traps the reader in a nightmare of unorthodox horror. Bloodtooth manifests itself into encounters of unspeakable entities that prey on sleeping souls. The bite it possesses has more startling scares than a funhouse of horrors.

This terrorizing tome contains multiple storylines that weave nicely together for a dark and intense read. Not only do you get your morbid bang for your buck but its volume on the eerie scale is turned to 11. The reader should expect to visit taboo subject matters that are considered forbidden. Thankfully Hitz is not afraid to tackle any toxic content, this in return causes the ultimate experience in helplessness. It’s pretty much a nightmare that one cannot wake from.
Something has come to town and is determined to visit your dreams. Serial Killer? Devil Worshipers? Homicidal Gang? Take a look inside Bloodtooth and find out for yourself. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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A Five Star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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