DMV by Bentley Little

A man attempts to renew his driver’s license, however odd circumstances surrounding this simple errand begins a bizarre downward spiral for him. A second man is approached with a rare opportunity to be gainfully employed by the DMV. The job opening seems to be a financial blessing until the “training camp” begins and freedom ends. Additional dubious events begin surfacing as the Department of Motor Vehicle becomes more and more strange.

Bentley Little brings his horrific oddness to the DMV. Administrators, examiners and desk workers all take part under the bright fluorescent lights of ultimate creepiness. Characters such as Mr. White & Mr. Black hold qualifications of the most unconventional kind as they await the readers presence. Along with these individuals are the strange DMV training camps and fiendish facilities that consists of barbed wire, disfigured guards and secretive doors. It’s the writing talent of this author that bring these bizarre procedures and protocols of being initiated into the DMV “family” to life.

Bentley Little is a one of a kind storyteller who creates an atmosphere of intense twisted deviance. Ominous context, repulsive individuals and an unholy creed create an environment that will leave a sick feeling in the pit of the reader’s stomach. This unorthodox brand of dark fiction often leaves an impression of hopelessness and of no escape from its disturbing pages.
When ticket number 666 is called, approach window 13 to take the written test of repulsive road signs, unnerving u-turns, petrifying parallel parking and traumatic traffic laws. Once achieving your divers license, you must worship at the DMV’s altar whilst living, working, eating and breathing all that is the DMV. Join the program today and repeat after me “All Hail The DMV!” A Five Star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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A Five Star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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