Publisher: Necro Publications | Published: July 8th 2011 | Pages: 124 pages
I’ve read several books by both Edward Lee and Wrath James White, but I’ve never read a story so vile and disturbing. Just thinking about this book makes me sick to my stomach. Go ahead and think of the most disgusting things ever. Now, times that most disgusting thing by ten and you have The Teratologist. I think the two authors got together and agreed to come up with the most unhinged and terrible horrible story. I have read and watched my fair share of extreme horror, but this story is sick. I would have put the book down immediately if there were trigger warnings. But I couldn’t find any.
The Teratologist contains defecation, rape, and other depraved sexual acts. All those extremely disturbing and perverse sexual acts involve the most grievously deformed “people” imaginable. And for what? So some sick, psycho millionaire can “see God”? I’m not squeamish or easily shaken, but this book is the most disgusting and sickening story I have ever read. I will never read this book again. I don’t even want it near me.
Read The Teratologist at your own risk. This book contains rape and other disturbing things. I recommend reading other works by Edward Lee and Wrath James White. But if you insist on reading this one, you can find it here.
Billionaire John Farrington is obsessed with the idea of offending God to the point that God would want to confront him in person. Farrington has abducted priests and nuns to commit sexual atrocities with the most grievously genetically deformed people he can find. People that he’s also abducted and kept in such a high state of sexual intensity, with a drug his company produces, that they are just ravenous for physical contact. The abductees, with basically no self control, commit some of the most depraved sex acts, over, and over again. Westmore and Bryant, a photographer and journalist, are given the rare opportunity to interview the reclusive Farrington and see inside his mansion and operation. Only to find the horrors within, and who have become pawns in the mysteries they find behind every door. Farmington’s plan may work, and to make sure he’s successful, he will do whatever it takes to have the deity of man face him.
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