Ten Silver Bullets

Ten Silver Bullets

Adam Millard

Horror / Fiction / Science Fiction

The moon is full, the time has come for cursed souls to fall to their knees and become bloodthirsty creatures of the night. Welcome to this collection of werewolf and shifter tales, where nothing is as it seems and nowhere is safe from the recently transformed. With stories from some of the best writers in the genre, one thing is for sure. When it's all over... ...you'll be left howling for more.
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The Human Santapede

The Human Santapede

Adam Millard

Horror / Fiction / Science Fiction

Santa Claus is coming to town...at least, that was the plan, but now his elves have started going missing, kidnapped by some insidious figure in a black cloak, and despite the magic swirling about the place, the toys aren't going to put themselves together. So begins a terrifying game of cat and mouse as Kris Kringle searches The Land of Christmas for his abducted minions, unaware that he is to play an integral part in his foe's plans. Krampus is pissed at Santa after lending him his snowblower and never getting it back. His punishment? To build a Human Santapede long enough to stretch around The Land of Christmas, and at its helm, the jolly fat man himself. Can Santa - aided by his best foreman, Finklefoot - get his elves back, defeat Krampus, and save Christmas before it is too late, or will Krampus succeed in creating the ghastliest single-file organism the North Pole has ever seen? Ho-Ho-Holy Shit, things are about to get messy... **Review "This is no foul, offensive story for the sake of it. It's actually closer in spirit to the works of Terry Pratchett or, more closely, Robert Rankin (albeit far, far more debauched than either of these fellows). It's full of wry asides, knowing jokes and lots and lots of bad (and therefore, very good) puns. And it's all done with a firm feeling of joy and delight" - Ginger Nuts of Horror * "This book is every bit the totally irreverent, offensive, obscene masterpiece of holiday hilarity you might expect." - The Horror Fiction Review
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