The Farrowing

The Farrowing Shelly is house sitting for the first time at the Ferguson place With the family gone for the weekend she is left alone in the secluded house nestled within the hills Or so she thinks She quickly lea

  • Title: The Farrowing
  • Author: Jesse Wheeler
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 452
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Shelly is house sitting for the first time at the Ferguson place With the family gone for the weekend, she is left alone in the secluded house nestled within the hills Or so she thinks She quickly learns that there are other inhabitants living under the house Inhuman underground residents, hell bent on violating every inch of her flesh Both external and internal A smShelly is house sitting for the first time at the Ferguson place With the family gone for the weekend, she is left alone in the secluded house nestled within the hills Or so she thinks She quickly learns that there are other inhabitants living under the house Inhuman underground residents, hell bent on violating every inch of her flesh Both external and internal A small door in the kitchen pantry turns out to be a gateway revealing a labyrinth of perversions and depraved decadence beyond her imagination Shelly is unwillingly guided through the threshold, down into the caverns below the Ferguson house What she encounters down there, will test every molecule of her physical, emotional, mental, and sexual ability.

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    1. Fuck yeah!Jesse Wheeler, man. This guy is one of my inspirations when it comes to gross out stories. "Dinner At Vomitropolis" was a sensational book filled with the most awful, bile-rising, mouth-puking, stomach-turning, fun as hell filth I've ever read. And this book is no different.Meet Shelly, a 17-year old girl house-sitting for the couple she babysits for. On her first night, she's attacked by vile, disgusting creatures and is dragged to a insane world of depravity and degradation.Featuring [...]

    2. It's three thirty in the morning and I just finished this, so please excuse my haphazard review.This book is definitely not for the faint of heart. I think it's got to be one of the most explicit, pornographic, offensive (maybe not THE most offensive thing I've ever seen, but it's on the list), and downright gross things I've ever read. This being said, though, it's a great read. I think the best aspect of Wheeler's work in this is location and setting. Wheeler sends us to this super messed up p [...]

    3. Imagine if Richard Laymon and Edward Lee had a baby together and gave it up to be raised by the lunatic who wrote DINNER AT THE VOMITROPOLIS. This is how you get THE FARROWING. Wheeler doesn't waste time getting down to business, either. He's ruthless, nasty and vile. You're not likely to forget the denizens of this book anytime soon, especially not Ginsberg, especially after he has a very odd run-in with Mr. Ferguson later in the book. That last chapter . . . wow. Just WOW.

    4. A Wild, Sick ReadThis is a book of extreme horror. It's intense, gory, and disgusting. That said, I enjoyed it. If that's your thing, then you will too.

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