ZIPPERED FLESH 2 review by The Horror Fiction Review

Christine Morgan, who wrote “The Sun Snake” for ZIPPERED FLESH 2, has written a reflection on the first and second installments of the ZIPPERED FLESH franchise for the April edition of The Horror Fiction Review:

ZIPPERED FLESH 2, now available at Amazon.com.

ZIPPERED FLESH 2, now available at Amazon.com.

Basically, I’m a total wuss. A baby when it comes to needles and sharp things; though I’ve watched people get tattoos and nose-piercings, I have to look away when it’s me getting the fingerstick or blood draw. I knew these books would test me, and they definitely did.

Two books. Forty-two stories. Authors ranging from seasoned veterans to promising newcomers. Stories from the distant past to the fantastic future, from the visceral and grotesque to the transcendent and exalted.

And, most of all, so very many endlessly creative ways to alter the flesh! For so many reasons … voluntarily or otherwise … for personal expression or improvement, for art, for religion, for fun, for profit, for science, for savagery … transplants, implants, spare parts, experiments … fetishes and freaks … to elevate us past humanity or revert us to beasts … just about anything you could imagine, and some things you’d wish you couldn’t.

Read the rest of the review here, and if you haven’t already, pick up a copy of ZIPPERED FLESH 2 at Amazon.com, and read these squirm-inducing tales:

As Morgan says, “take a look at these twisted tales and decide for yourself. May also make a great gift for that rebellious teenager you want to discourage from getting some work done!”

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