Sick Things: An Anthology of Extreme Creature Horror Horror Book Review
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Comet Press presents Sick Things: An Anthology of Extreme Creature Horror, a follow-up to the infamous Vile Things: Extreme Deviations of Horror. Sick Things is the ultimate collection of extreme creature horror with 17 deviant and gore-soaked stories featuring demons, cannibals, mutants, golems, werewolves, and many more vile creatures, monsters, and beasts.
Over-endowed aliens invade earth with one purpose: to mate with human females. A filmmaker documents a devil worshipping blood cult—and becomes the main subject. A farmer with an unnatural affection for his livestock gets a special gift when his wife is bitten by a werewolf. P!ssed off, flesh-eating cows take over a dairy farm. A musician returns from the dead to avenge his wife’s murder, with the help of a mysterious black possum. The Allies find a secret weapon: a monstrous blob with an insatiable appetite for dead human flesh. A chef creates his ultimate dish: an anatomically correct golem made out of leftovers. A mythical demon preys on unsuspecting college girls. A morbid, mouth-watering retelling of Hansel and Gretel. And many more!
Table of Contents
“Devils” by Randy Chandler, “Threshold” by Fred Venturini, “This is My Body” by Lawrence Conquest, “Hunger Pangs” by Matt Kurtz, “Fly on the Wall” by Stephanie Bedwell-Grime, “Legacy of the Last Invader” by M. Shaw, “Acceptable Losses” by Simon Wood, “An Unfortunate Incident at the Slaughterhouse” by Harper Hull, “Rotsworth” by Kurt Bachard, “Evil, Bent, and Candy-Sweet” by Tim Curran, “Heat” by Daniel I. Russell, “The Neglected” by Sean Logan, “Betty and the Cambion” by Ralph Greco, Jr., “Jimmy Sticks and the Outlaw Critter of Doom” by Michael Boatman, “Ranching the Sleore” by Aaron Polson, “Paper Angels on Fire” by John Shirley, “The Special Son” by Jeffrey Hale, and Editor Cheryl Mullenax.