Feel Her Pain by Nat Whiston
What would you do if your body started to communicate with you after years of pain if it gave you the option to make it stop? Would you take it? This is the choice Calico Roberts has to make, after years of brutal torment from her own chronic health condition. If you were in this much pain, suffering this much...would you accept that this is your life? Or try the bloody hand that has been dealt to you?
A shocking body horror from the Author of 'What's Eating You,' and 'The Wilderness'. Comes a horror based on real-life events, Trigger warnings include, gore, violence, profanity, mental health triggers, and body horror images that will never leave you.
Body Horror and Pain, read this original little tale for more....
This book was entirely female, and with a refreshing, albeit disturbing, tale by Nat Whiston. Whiston does not hesitate to pull you into the character's pain with prose, and a writing style that relaxes you and then punches you in the gut. If you love horror, and a plot that accelerates much faster than what you think, you'll love Feel Her Pain. I loved the roller coast ride of emotion, pain, no-pain, more pain, and then the knife that this author plunges into your gut at the ending of the entire tale. This story was an original, one of a kind, and the ending blew me away. I love a phycological tale that makes me question the main character's sanity, and this story does just that. Whiston is on my radar for one of my must buys.
A brutal read…
FEEL HER PAIN by Nat Whiston Callie Roberts just wants the pain from her endometriosis to end or at the very least the doctors to listen and help her. When she starts hearing someone and loses control, her pain may be coming to an end. What is she willing to give of herself in order to be pain free? A difficult read for many women who suffer from conditions like this though a very important story to tell. A definite win from Whiston. An easy recommend 5/5.
I suffer from chronic pain and was very intrigued about how this story was going to go, I am stunned, love everything about this, the characters, the plot, the beginning, the end, the author. Definitely made me think, gasp, and cringe, I am off to check out more by Nat Whiston.