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{Review} Cattle Cult! Kill! Kill! by M.P. Johnson

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This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
Published by StrangeHouse on April 14, 2015
Pages: 152
Format: eARC
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Strange things happen in the parts of Wisconsin where nobody is looking. Catspaw is one of those parts.

After his car crashes in Catspaw, Renny watches his girlfriend, Sera, dragged away by men wearing severed cow heads as masks. He follows them into the snow-soaked wasteland of Wisconsin and slips face-first into a sordid underworld of vicious farmers. He fights to overcome his innate inability to do anything right, but can only watch helplessly as Sera is eaten alive, the first sacrifice for the resurrection of a forgotten god of agriculture – Bovikraaga. She will not be the last…

CCKK is a good read involving a bizarre cattle cult, militia, weak humans, and a wicked sounding god of agriculture whose gentials are described in slimy detail.

While this read is not as over-the-top (which is what I like) as DDQ it stands solidly on its own.

MP does a fantastic job of pulling the reader in and convincing us that what we are reading, for however long it takes us, is real, and it’s happening, right up until we finish that last page and close the book. Now that’s a writer with skills.

This read does have it extremes so, beware!

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