Book Reviews

{Review} STZ by Andrew Nienaber

Published by Post Mortem Press on May 14, 2014
Genres: Extreme Horror
Pages: 205
Format: eARC
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Cassie goes wild on her vacation and has a much sex as she possibly can before returning to her boring hometown in Idaho. Cassie becomes sick and dies shortly after her return.

The town turns up to mourn this “good girl,” but one particular person gets a little too close and becomes infected with the same mysterious malady that killed her. The pheromones that the people with the virus give off make everyone sexually attracted to the opposite sex…in most cases anyway.

Will Tara, Clayton, and Jerry be able to escape without being molested. Or worse, before they become the molesters?

STZ was gross in a “dude, are you making out with my mom?” type of way. It was fun in a “let’s see how many times I can drive over them before they can be killed” type of fun. It was hilarious at times because this virus caused people to think things they normally wouldn’t and I couldn’t help but laugh at some of the lines Clayton and Jerry slung around.

Be warned: Sex in a zombie-like state takes place in this book. It is not sexy sex unless you’re into that sort of thing.

It is not as extreme as I thought it would be for those of you on the fence about reading it. Give it a go!

I will read something else by this author. Maybe there will be a book 2?

*I was given a copy in exchange for a honest review*

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