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A Family of Violence

by Jon Athan

WARNING: This book contains scenes of graphic violence, disturbing themes, and some sexual references, including references to sexual abuse. Many of these scenes involve minors. This book is not intended for those easily offended or appalled. Please enjoy at your own discretion.

Stanley and Richie, two naive teenagers, entered the woods in search of a haunted house. The pair hoped to capture evidence of the supernatural for their classmates. It was supposed to be a fun and simple weekend excursion. Unfortunately, the friendly pair were unaware of the terror lurking in the woodland – a family of savages, a family of violence. Only one of them would emerge from the woods unscathed, only one would be allowed to join the family in a shocking crime spree…

Jon Athan, author of Mr. Snuff and Butcher Road, brings you an uncompromising vision of provocative horror. Are you willing to join the family?

I grabbed this title pretty much ‘sight unseen’. I just read Mr. Snuff, and really liked it – so I figured this would be a safe bet. I LOVE THIS STORY!
As messed up as things in this story may be… I swear to Dog that I got misty eyed – THREE TIMES!!

Kindle notes:

@71% “I’m proud to call you my son, Stanley.”

Is it wrong that I got a tear in my eye & this made me feel warm & fuzzy?

~sg

@89% Stanley responded, “I don’t want to run. You said you wouldn’t leave me behind, so I’m not leaving you behind. We’re supposed to be family, remember?”

awwwww!!! ::sniffle::

~sg

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P, L & N 

~sg

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