Licker

Licker An all new novelette by the Stoker Award winning author Michael A Arnzen Michael A Arnzen the Bram Stoker Award winning author of the cult classic novels Grave Markings and Play Dead delivers this a

  • Title: Licker
  • Author: Michael A. Arnzen
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 370
  • Format: Paperback
  • An all new novelette by the Stoker Award winning author Michael A Arnzen.Michael A Arnzen, the Bram Stoker Award winning author of the cult classic novels Grave Markings and Play Dead, delivers this all new novelette of side splitting terror Robert Harper has some funky things growing on his tongue but that doesn t stop him from finally asking out the lovely Sheila BuAn all new novelette by the Stoker Award winning author Michael A Arnzen.Michael A Arnzen, the Bram Stoker Award winning author of the cult classic novels Grave Markings and Play Dead, delivers this all new novelette of side splitting terror Robert Harper has some funky things growing on his tongue but that doesn t stop him from finally asking out the lovely Sheila But something Robert could ve never imagined is about to occur on their first date at a local carnival With the help of two strange carnival attendents, Robert Harper is plunged into a world of horror beyond his worst nightmares a world of demented hallucinations, twisted medical experiments, and beings that exist only in the darkest of corners.

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    About Author

    1. Michael Arnzen has won multiple awards for his fiction, including four Bram Stoker Awards and the International Horror Guild Award He teaches horror and suspense writing at Seton Hill University, as faculty in their unique MFA degree program in Writing Popular Fiction.To catch up with Arnzen or hunt down collectable editions, visit the author s website, GORELETS and sign up for his award winning free newsletter, The Goreletter Join him on your favorite social network via michaelarnzenAlso on LibraryThing librarything profile a

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    1. Michael Arnzen, Licker Novello Publishers, 2006 I blew through Michael Arnzen s novella Licker in less than a day, something that is increasingly rare for me these days given the decreased amount of reading time I have per day to be fair, this is my fault I blame Netflix That s not just a testament to the book s abbreviated 112pp length I was familiar with Arnzen through Dying, a limited edition poetry chap that is very funny indeed, and I was expecting of the same here I didn t get it, in that [...]



    2. Tight read but I think the gross factor outweighs the plot leaving me disappointed Full review on Luridlit.


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