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Skin Deep (Fucking Scumbags Burn in Hell: Book 5) by Lucas Milliron
Skin Deep (Fucking Scumbags Burn in Hell: Book 5) by Lucas Milliron
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Skin Deep (Fucking Scumbags Burn in Hell: Book 5) by Lucas Milliron

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Skin Deep by Lucas Milliron

Don't sleep in your contacts. 

Trust me. I'm a doctor.

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10/06/2021
Steve K.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Some of the imagery here...

...is absolutely fucking incredible. The surrealistic quality of parts of the story was a new direction for the series and quite welcome. This is my new high water mark for the series. It's also the first of Milliron's work that I've read, and I'm inspired to check out more.

KK
08/29/2021
Karla K.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Another Great!

Another great installment to the FSBIH Series. This one was violently brutal! Mike is one hell of a twisted character! My favorite part about this series is that Hoop is always watching and waiting and hell follows!

KK
08/29/2021
Karla K.
I recommend this product
Another Great!

Another great installment to the FSBIH Series. This one was violently brutal! Mike is one hell of a twisted character! My favorite part about this series is that Hoop is always watching and waiting and hell follows!

NP
07/31/2021
Nikolas P.
Always check your coke

Skin Deep feels like the answer to the unanswered question, "What if Nip/Tuck had included an absolute sociopath as a protagonist?" Lucas Milliron expertly answers that question by crafting a narrative that showcases both the depravity and evil of Mike's character but also the vulnerability and fear that serves as the substrate of who he's become. The random glimpses into a horrifying childhood make it almost impossible to write Mike off as a two-dimensional piece of shit caricature. However, no amount of childhood trauma and abuse can make his actions throughout the story palatable or justified, and a reader can't help but wish for Hooper to come along. Milliron brings a different style to the Hoopiverse. He provides the reader with a frenetic, hallucinatory barrage of set pieces that manage to be simultaneously jarring and free-flowing. At no point does the reader see around the corner to what the next scene brings to the table, and that adds to the bewildering nature of this installment of the series. As someone who can't bear to have objects in/near my eyes, there was something viscerally unsettling about different aspects of this story.

TL
07/22/2021
Todd L.
Doctor, Doctor

Great addition to scumbags. Well thought out and man! What a delivery. Very twisted and fun. If you haven’t started reading scumbags…. Get all of them today. Lucas adds so much…loved it.