Sting of Hope by Bert Edens
Faced with raising his terminally ill son alone, a father does what he must to find a cure for the disease. While a potential solution may provide hope, the price may be more brutal and horrific than he ever imagined.
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Well-written and effective body horror
This quick read is well written and effective if you can stomach horror involving children. It begins in a parent’s worst nightmare—a terminally-ill child—and passes through the sci-fi hope of a miracle cure before descending through body horror into utter despair. Maybe get it to read after the pandemic is over; the themes of illness and loss are a little close to home right now.