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{Book Review} Slices: Tales of Bizarro and Absurdist Horror

Are you hungry for something different? Something weird? Horrific? Funny? Uncomfortable? Surreal? Try a slice.
These pages are filled with unique and creepy stories. The stories span the horror genre, which makes this collection stand out. Scott Cole’s short form is on point. The collection is arranged well. The author grabs you with the first few sentences and from there you are completely sucked into the story.
What’s so bizarre is the fact that I am just now reading Scott Cole. Remember the name. He has arrived. If you don’t believe me, then I suggest 666 Baby Jesuses, Give and Take. It’s about a guy who is obsessed with collecting action figures. If you want a great body horror story, then Slices of Me is right for you. We Built the Moon is my favorite story out of the collection, though. For the love of horror, can someone please turn this story into a short film?
Slices: Tales of Bizarro and Absurdist Horror consists of 33 stories. It’s an all you can eat buffet of horror! I very rarely revisit books, but I will make an exception for this collection. If you have a weak stomach, then you should probably eat light before diving into this book.
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Highly recommended!

5/5 stars!⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐


Synopsis:
A man opens his door to a most unusual salesman, whose wares are not quite what they seem… A writer on a retreat discovers a talking insect, and a tree bearing fruit that looks just like cats… A demented clown acts as one poor soul’s daily alarm clock… A man in a homemade spaceship encounters a terror he never could have expected – something that wasn’t in his guidebook… A professional eater starts to crave the most forbidden food… A man on the verge of suicide begins cutting, and in doing so, finds a reason to exist…
These and many more Tales of Bizarro and Absurdist Horror.
“I can certainly guarantee that no one has told a story like this before. It never goes where you think it will and always keeps you guessing…” –HORROR UNDERGROUND, on SuperGhost

“Ridiculous? Yeah. Silly? Hell yeah. Fun? Fuck yeah!” –SHOCK TOTEM, on SuperGhost

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