Abhorrent Siren by John Baltisberger
Something is mutating the aquatic wildlife on the South Texas border, making the animals larger, hungrier, and more vicious.
Something is mutating the people of Texas, turning them into cannibalistic monsters driven by their ibestnstincts to feed, nest, and reproduce.
Something is approaching San Antonio, shaking the earth with every step, driving the mutating power forth and poisoning everything it comes across.
Something ... abhorrent.
An extreme horror novel from the author of War of Dictates and Blood & Mud.
Another quick and gruesome read by Mr. Baltisberger sees him continue in the vein of splattery gore with more under the surface. To avoid spoilers, I will forgo plot details and instead pay compliments to John's ability to write incredibly propulsive stories that start intensely and manage to maintain it throughout the story. Some very graphic violence serves the story quite well, and leads to a most brutal climax. Recommended!
Wild, violent, disturbing and grusome. All the things I look for in a book. The descriptions of the creatures were beyond anything I could have imagined myself. This is not a book with a happy ending.
This ticks my love of monsters box just right. The cover is great and the pace flows. I enjoyed reading this.
This is a pretty fantastic monster story. Tons of gory, bloody fun throughout. I don't think I would change a thing, great pacing and content. I think you guys should be reading this author, he's very talented.
Hi, author here, I got my first 1 star review on Amazon, and I just had to share it here. I think you'll enjoy this review, in fairness, I gave it one star, just like Mister Madel did on amazon: "Horror, gore and splatter.. no more. The story makes a good start, gets involved in individual dramas and makes a spiral in limbo. You should only read with hope and impetuous joy of life."