Grandpappy by Patrick C. Harrison III

Charles has been asked upon to take care of Grandpappy for a couple of weeks while his parents take a planned vacation. Although made of cheap whiskey, foul language and the stench of Pall Malls, the elderly man’s condition is bed bound without capability of speaking or eating. While many fuzzy memories are slowly revealed, the myriad medical condition of Grandpappy develops into an unforgettable horror hospice for all those involved in what seems to be a simple family favor.

Here we go… Bridled with disgusting toe nails, geriatric nose hairs and noteworthy inflammation of fatty tissues, Patrick C. Harrison III has once again claimed his crown of unsettling extreme entertainment. This gorgeous piece of splatterpunk fiction leaves a bloody trail of trigger warnings in its wake as PC3 crosses every loathing line all the while bestowing his outrageous obscenities. He definitely has an uncommon ability of smearing his repulsive talent on each and every page.

Let’s get down to the brass tacks used in this disturbing sinister side of human nature.
The ability to go above and beyond with that extra effort of colostomy carnage and creepy catheter moments are a testament to ultimate dedication. This is one of the few authors I have come across where you have no idea how, when and where the next putrid punch of explicit horror will happen. Expect to be pleasantly offended to the point of having to wear latex-gloves to finish the book.

Warning: any hollow stoma is open season from tally-whacker action, whittling of the wood and of course the dreaded mayonnaise makers. PC3 if lovin your corrosive creativity is wrong…I don’t wanna be right. Patrick C. Harrison III is an Edward Lee at volume 11. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation.
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https://www.amazon.com/Grandpappy-Patrick-C-Harrison-III-ebook/dp/B0B1BJDFHS/ref=sr_1_1?crid=375NWRNMQEDJK&keywords=grandpappy&qid=1659301478&s=books&sprefix=Grandpappy%2Cstripbooks%2C171&sr=1-1
A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation