American Cannibal edited by Rebecca Rowland

- It’s November 1587. An expedition of English colonists have traveled and are now prepared to settle on unspoiled land. When hunger leads to starvation, deception begins to taint the pioneers causing a warranted suspicion. Far from society and civilization, the New World is not what was promised and in fact holds gruesome secrets.

- Tender Farm is a community that feeds off what Mother Earth has to offer. Its isolation provides the commune with an Eden all their very own. When an outsider is invited in, the guest discovers the horrific truth to… “nothing goes to waste at Tender Farms.”

- Attempting to provide for his family within the remote wilderness, a father’s efforts to gather scarce meat for his loved ones becomes a futile effort. Ultimately he comes face to face with an evil spirit originating from the darken woods. Begging for the creatures assistance, a wish was granted as well as as an unsuspecting meal waiting for the father.

American Cannibal is an anthology edited by Rebecca Rowland. Providing an all-star cast of big-name writers which include Candace Nola, Owl Goingback, Elizabeth Massie, Douglas Ford, C.V. Hunt, Bridgette Nelson and Ronald Malfi among many others, make this worth the price of admission alone. From a mother’s unthinkable survival tactic to cruel intentions of a corrupt guard, these multi-time periods and undesirable addictions are the gruesome gifts that keep on giving.

Wrath James White provides the foreword, a take on the curiosity of primal and psychopathic urges of cannibalism. Wrath could literally read a McDonalds menu and make it into a captivating erotic appetite for desired flesh. Excellent choice to kick off this 20 story beauty that provides the biggest bang for your buck.
Last but certainly not least, the master of horrific humor himself…Jeff Strand. Determined to prepare his family for the apocalypse, a father decides it’s time to educate his family on the benefits of cannibalism. Strand is one of the most talented authors I have ever read, but don’t take it from me, grab a copy and find out for yourself. With that I’ll leave you, the reader, with this…Two cannibals are eating a clown. One says to the other, “Does this taste funny to you?” American Cannibal is easily a five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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