A Puppet Scorned by Jamie Kort
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Enter a world where needles are sexy and knitting is deadly...
Camille and Brad are sock-puppets trapped in a dusty old attic. One day they find needles, and Brad teaches Camille how to knit sensuous and arousing patterns... but what begins as a journey of sexual awakening leads to the unravelling of Camille's perfect world in a strangely twisted nightmare of obsession and betrayal.
What a beautifully bizarre little story! I enjoyed it more than I thought I would. Two sock puppets who live in an attic love-knit together and what follows is a tale of terror involving twisted art, corpses, creepy triplets, obsession, and an unwavering appetite.The author writes masterfully and I couldn't put this down. It is very short and (not-so) sweet, with a lovely little touch of horror. I would love to read a much longer novel by this author- forming such an odd idea into this fabulous short story is a talent.
A Father Is For Life! Not Just For Knitting!
This one is loads of fun! Camille and Brad are the perfect pair (of socks) until one night they create a love child. Brad steps back from His family, but Camille can’t quite let go!
This was as sad as it was disturbing. The poor puppet and her baby are abandoned by the father puppet but they soldier on and then make him pay. Great puppet porn and puppet violence.
This is one of the strangest things I’ve ever read and I loved it!
A Work of Genuine Brilliance
The publication of Jamie Kort's A Puppet Scorned marks a watershed for horror literature, a Rubicon moment that will transform the genre forever. Erotic, suspenseful, surreal; by turns touching and grotesque, A Puppet Scorned will take you on a journey that is at once fanciful, humorous, dark, disturbed, and existentially unsettling. If it were possible to imagine a fusion of HP Lovecraft, Franz Kafka, Emily Bronte, Clive Barker, and Fingermouse, then that might give you some idea of what you are about to experience. Otherwise, I can't help you - you will simply have to read A Puppet Scorned for yourself.