Tales To Make You Vomit: Savage Headhunters by J. Manfred Weichsel

A professor of anthropology is on a sabbatical in the Amazon studying the rituals of cannibalism. He soon finds himself in “hot water” while associating with an aggressive indigenous tribe. After barely escaping with his life, he enters an unknown old temple full of books. Trapped within its walls, he meets The Librarian and accepts an offer he can’t refuse, to read one of her disgusting books without puking…then he may leave. Searching the archives the professor chooses a nonfiction book within the History section entitled Savage Headhunters.

J. Manfred Weichsel bases his gruesome story on the savagery of isolated tribes and historical events of war. The tragedy involving American troops landing on Guadalcanal takes a disturbing turn when two Americans decide on collecting gruesome Japanese war trophies. Weichsel has invented a new genre of Historical Extreme Fiction. His take on the declaration of war narrated by journalism and photography is a fine line between reality and imagination. I was not expecting how much of an impact Savage Headhunters would have on me while indulging in the author’s grisly scenes of bigotry and racism.

Fear, anger, pain, humiliation, colonialism, war propaganda and misogyny all round out a Cannibal Holocaust feel to Savage Headhunters. Having a good amount of secondary strands supporting the main plot, Weischel goes much deeper than one might think. Combining factors of a land where laws don’t exist to numerous wartime violations, raw cruelty makes this an unforgettable intense read.
Bottom line…the cycle of revenge has been going on since the beginning of time. Covering all aspects of human society, J. Manfred Weichel’s history will make you feel uncomfortable while allowing a lesson to be learned. I strongly suggest waving your white flag and surrender to read this book. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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A Five Star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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