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Sexual obsessions running amok, a stagnant lake full of abominable horrors, and a secluded clinic with a secret wing that no one’s ever entered. These are just a few of the goings-on in this macabre tech-horror story in which veteran novelist Edward Lee takes the mad-scientist theme into shocking new territory. Security manager Clare Prentiss swears she’s being watched during her nightly rounds on a remote federal nature preserve. Meanwhile, local hoodlums disappear without a trace, and women are dragged into woods to be raped and discarded by some unspeakable thing. Indeed, something is stalking Clare. A man? A monster? Or something significantly worse? Creepy, erotic, and gory, Monstrosity delivers up the horrors at a break-neck pace and doesn’t stop until the final minute.

©2014 David G. Barnett (P)2020 David G. Barnett

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Story was good. Narrator had no character

I struggled through it because I wanted to hear the story but the narrator used the same voice through the whole book. For example would plainly and dully say "you cant put that in there" followed by "Claire screamed". There were plenty of "adult" situations that were all completely killed by his text book style reading of them

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Boring boring boring

Reads like a YA Hardy Boys mystery. If it weren’t for the occasional hanky panky.