Neil by Simon McHardy and Sean Hawker
Neil doesn’t have much going for him. Still living in his mother’s basement, spending all of his free time eating fried chicken, watching horror movies, and working a dead-end job wiping ass at the One Oak nursing home. That is until he receives a demonic gift from an ailing serial killer that transforms him into a monstrous, tentacle-armed behemoth.
With his newfound abilities, Neil embarks on a killing spree with the intention of becoming the most notorious serial killer of all time. Maybe then, he will win the heart of his work colleague, Lindsay. But Lindsay has some secrets of her own and may prove not to be the sweet, delicate girl he thinks she is.
Flying old people on fire. A Giant tentacle ripping steamed vulvas apart and an ending that leaves me wanting the next chapter. Please can Lindsay be the tentacle welding vixen we've all wanted? Great book. Thank you gentlemen.
YOU MIGHT WANT TO READ IT WITH YOUR EYES CLOSED
This has everything you expect to find inside a book made by two of the most twisted minds out there right now. I can't even say anything without fear of censorship, there's a part where the thing happens. And then that time at the place, doing the thing. Ahhhhh! Hysterical and disgusting. Have you ever wanted to laugh and barf at the same time? You can with these guys. I don't want a world where these two don't write together. The earth may explode because of it, but it's so much funner this way!
It's been a few weeks since I read this, and it's really stuck with me. It's absolutely insane and over the top all the way through, and funny as hell, to boot. But, one scene involving a Parkinson's patient in a nursing home begins as a ridiculous gag and ends in what might be one of the most heart breaking things I've ever read. I wasn't expecting that, and I don't think I'll ever forget it.
The Dream Team of Mchardy and Hawker
Neil obtains a mask from an elderly serial killer. Once he dons the mask he becomes a giant tentacled angry horny monster that wreaks havoc in his town. Murder and mayhem at it's finest. I would love to spend 5 minutes in Mchardy and Hawkers minds.
I'm speechless. How often does that happen? Ask my husband. How do I review this book? It contains every trigger known and then makes up some more. The depravity is over the top and under the bottom. The violence and gore soar past eleven. Simon McHardy and Sean Hawker seamlessly created a monster, and now I want them to bring another to life. Her name is Lindsay. For those among you who appreciate the best of the extreme, I will see you in the next (hopefully) collaboration. Literally? Who can tell with these two?