Warning: not for the faint-hearted or easily-offended, contains some of the most extreme and outlandish acts imaginable plus copious amounts of cartoon gore! Proceed at your own peril...
Innocent and naive assistant-professor Maura Kindle pines for Doctor Chester Franklin, handsome Adonis and brilliant scientist at the shady genetics institute where they both work. But behind his charming exterior, Chester is a vile narcissist, who permits himself to love only one entity on earth -- the bloated and makeshift cadaver of thrown-together limbs and body-bits that he keeps in his basement mortuary and refers to as "the Bride".
Maura wants Chester to love her, but the brooding doctor only cares about her for her brains -- Literally! Because the only thing Chester's sexy monster still needs before she can live is a good head on her shoulders -- Maura's to be precise. But just how well-adjusted could a stitched-up gal like that really be when she finally comes to?
What follows are forty pages of the most despicable, offensive and hilarious whirlwind romancing in the history of love and literature. Lurid murder and mayhem ensue -- gore, guts and transhuman sex acts that need to be read to be truly believed!
With a tale like this, only one thing is certain: that the story will stay with you for a long, long time after you finish reading -- and you may never sleep easy again...
Disgusting (...) from start to finish nothing but putrid and offensive trash. If you think you'll make it a quarter way through this filth without becoming quite ill indeed then you're a sore fool and a simple optimist - and if you think Rock Bronson deserves to have a single word in print on the page then you're obviously just as sick as he is...
- Father Séamus Pearls, editor of "An t-Athbhreithniú Caitliceach" (The Catholic Review)
Rock Bronson is undoubtedly the most depraved and tormented of all the masters currently writing in the Irish idiom. The man (...) is a perverted, rapacious and wholly incorrigible sexual genius.
- Ernest McGinley, poet
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Published November 19, 2011
by The Blue Bouzouki Press.
Humor & Entertainment, Horror, Literature & Fiction.