ORIGINS OF A SLASHER – 120+ PAGES OF BLOOD AND MADNESS!
There is something very wrong with Ethan Welles.
As a child, Ethan would wake every night to the sound of his own screams. Through terrified tears, the boy would tell his mother of a monstrous figure that pursued him through endless dark corridors, whispering awful things in an inhuman voice. Eventually, to preserve the boy’s sanity, professional help was sought.
Now a grown man, Ethan thought the nightmares from his childhood to be a thing of the past. He thought the terror banished by years of therapy and anti-psychotics.
He was wrong. The nightmares came back. He came back. The darkness inside Ethan won’t stop until it claims him and it isn’t alone.
There are others.
Bastard Son is a new twist on the slasher-horror genre that fleshes out it’s icon’s personality and background. The book draws it’s influences from the western slasher films of the 70s and 80s, as well as the more contemporary Japanese extreme cinema, in terms of it’s liberal use of blood and gore.
This book is not for the faint-hearted. It’ll hit you in the face like a fistful of meathooks.