The Bighead

Narrated by: Michael T. Bradley
Length: 10 hrs and 18 mins
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Rape. Murder. Brain-eating.  

Never before has a work of fiction dared to delve so deeply into the realms of perversion, sexual dementia, and bad taste...  

Who is he? What is he? An inbred homicidal pervert? A supernatural psychopath? Who or whatever he is, he's on a roll now, raging out of the Virginia backwoods and leaving in his wake a trail of blood, guts, and disgust far beyond the limits of your reckoning.  

JERRICA...  

Sex-addict, drug-addict - a woman so far out of control she would make Linda Lovelace look like a schoolmarm. And little does she know, The Bighead is coming... for her.  

THE ABBEY...  

Closed for years, Wroxeter Abbey is back in business, haunted by two nuns... from hell. Erotopathic, clinically demented, gross beyond belief. To the faithful priest, Father Alexander, they will do things that absolutely beggar description...

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Cool book

Lots of cornholin'. They cornhole damn near everything. Even a granny. Plus Incest. And baby eating. Cornhole/10.

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Corn hole here and Corn hole there

How can anyone critique a book like this. It’s absurd. Oh it has every possible perversity imaginable. One question arose in my mind with all the “corn holing “ going on. Didn’t these characters know that these women had vaginas? These scenes do rape were always anal. The sex scenes were shocking and not for anyone like me who’s sick. It was very disturbing, especially the way women where victimized.

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Amazing narration and awesome story!

This is a tale that is definitely not for the squeamish, but if your tastes venture more into the more extreme or Splatterpunk then this will be right up your alley. The narration is perfectly spot on and energetic. Easily worth the price of a credit, highly recommended!

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Bighead is for the little head

There is nothing to this book but violent sex scenes. That’s ok if it had a decent plot and characters were good. The narrator is horrible with the voices and it’s just boring. Nobody is likable in it and it goes nowhere. Not a good book

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The Bighead<br /><br />

This had a decent story and characters but be warned serious amounts of sexually explicit violence and gore, it gets a bit repetitive in that sense. It's a bit much il probably stick to something a bit tamer.

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the bighead!!!

violent, disgusting, disturbing, and tough to listen at some points. The story was however gripping and the characters had alot of personality.

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Edward Lee never disappoints! Great book!

this is a great Horror Story not for the squeamish though but I highly recommend it to fans of splatterpunk or Gore.

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A disgusting, poorly written, horribly recorded mess

So first off I have a few Edward Lee books. I knew he didn’t pull punches, and this book would probably be full of gore, gross out, and sex scenes out of a snuff film. But this book is too much.
First it sounds like the reader recorded it in a warehouse. The echo drives me crazy and his “voices” are annoying. He drones on and makes the dull parts of the book worse.
The writing is dull when it’s not dealing with disgusting moments, and feels like it was written by a novice writer. Finally, this book is so disgusting in some places it made me physically gag. It’s not a horror book, it’s a shock book.

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