Cravings by D.E. McCluskey
Sarah Todd doesn’t believe in cravings. She’s pregnant and determined to live the next seven months giving the baby all they nutrients it needs to grow into a healthy baby boy, or girl.
The baby, however, has other plans.
How far is she willing to go to succumb to her… CRAVINGS?
From the dark mind of D E McCluskey, author of CRACK and The Twelve, comes this disturbing novelette.
The baby must have what the baby needs…
Extremely graphic and gross. Cravings takes you on a dark joy ride towards something that might make you close the book, undress, step into a scolding hot shower and rethink your choices. Which means this book hits and hits hard and I loved it all.
This freaking ass, gross ass, I wanted to DNF ass book. A pregnant chick. A weird craving. What could go wrong? I wanted to DNF this so bad, I even flipped through all the pages so he would at least get the money from Amazon. But I couldn’t NOT finish it, and that is a testament to his writing. I literally went back to where I stopped reading it and continued to read until I finished. It was such an uncomfortable read but I thoroughly enjoyed it after reading. 5/5 bathroom breaks
Ok I found out I have triggers! I should have suspected with a similar obscene scene in Cows, but here it takes centre stage and it gradually gets worse. I had to force myself to keep reading, so that I could recommend it, in good conscience, to friends! The plot is very simple: it's about a pregnant woman who has cravings. No, it's not a craving for flesh - though you'll wish it were! The descriptions are so vivid, the situations so graphic, it's a miracle if the reader finishes it without gagging. This extreme horror novelette attacks the senses and keeps at it till the reader either quits or ends up amazed and speechless - as did I. Highly recommended!
This was a fun story and I very much enjoyed it. Some hilarious moments full of splatter. I pissed myself laughing at the scene with the homeless woman. This book made me crave chocolate cake drenched in extra thick chocolate sauce.